You might not have guessed it… But The Royal Opera House in London is actually a very child-friendly place! I absolutely love taking Clara here – and trust me, you won’t feel alone, when bringing your little one.
There are so many wonderful things about motherhood. Being a mother to a little person, who means everything to me, is by far the most important thing, that has ever happened in my life. Motherhood just puts the whole world into perspective…Nothing else matters except from Clara being a happy and healthy little girl!
I can’t believe that I am about to write this… But Clara is one! My little girl is actually 1 year old. What just happened? More than ever, I am thinking about my mother’s words to me, when Clara was born: “Hold on to the tiny moments and cherish the little snuggles… They grow up so fast!” She was right!
“Children are made readers in the laps of their parents” (Emilie Buchwald)
I don’t know about you, but if there is one thing I remember as a child, it was when my mother read bedtime stories for me! Even though I might prefer Tom Hardy reading stories for me now, (sorry, mum!), I hope, that Clara will enjoy me reading to her – as much as I appreciated my mother reading for me!
Is your little one ready for solid foods? This is one of the big questions, many new parents ask themselves, when baby is around 5-6 months old!
Clara loves being in the water – and I love giving her a bath! Bath time is the perfect bonding time for us, but it can also be a little stressful, as we mums want to ensure that our little one is safe, that the water temperature is right, that we are using the right products – and last but not least keep our baby warm afterwards!