Maybe not the biggest rite of passage for a toddler (I guess pretty much most things areactually a rite of passage for them really, if I think about it…), but we ordered a child’s portion for the first time for Little O: Swedish meatballs at Ikea!
Okay, this was just the craziest day weather-wise. We had it all: sunshine, blue skies, black clouds, downpours, snow and then hail. I forget each year that late March and April can be crazy on the weather front. Every time, I am lulled into a false sense of security by the lovely spring weather during March, and then, boom! The cold weather returns. Brrrr!
We visited Playland STHLM for the first time and Little O was in his element, running in and out of the soft play area, scooting around on this model Volvo and throwing himself head first into the ball pool. We’ll definitely be going back.
We bought a Sigg bottle for Little O to use at preschool. He just loves it and wants to carry it around with him all the time.
Little O is getting more and more adventurous (or should that be devil may care?) at the playground. Luckily, this was done with Husband’s guiding hand behind him but he now wants to do all these same things when it is me and him at the playground too, and I’m too much of a scaredy cat (on behalf of both of us) to allow it, I’m afraid.
Hmm, so spring was only teasing me earlier, but now I hope that it has really (and finally) arrived. My tulip bulbs have sprouted – that must be a good sign!
We’ve just arrived back from a very last-minute trip down to southern Sweden, which has been totally draining. So I am afraid that this week’s photos are accompanied by very brief captions only.
Day 84: No photo this day, I’m afraid.
So that has been this week… Head on over to The Boy & Me to check out what others have been up to this week
Waiting to board our flight back to Stockholm from Skåne, southern Sweden.
About to attempt that very tricky manoeuvre known as the transfer: switching a sleeping baby from your lap to his cot.
(It didn’t work…)