I saw this sign outside a coffee shop in downtown Copenhagen today. It just sort of resonated. Funny, but also wise. What do you think?
Our first trip to Iceland as a new family, was when D was six months old. It was my first trip to Iceland too and it was totally overwhelming. I was not prepared for the nature on Iceland. It is magnificent, primordial and completely mesmerizing. I really get it now, why so many artists find … Read More
D had the day of from kindergarten today. And we used the day to go on a little outing to one of my favorite neighboorhoods in Copenhagen. We took the train to Valby. An relatively quiet area of Copenhagen. But with many small shops and coffee houses with outdoor service. Especially around the main shopping … Read More
I am a feminist and a stay at home mom. How is that possible? some people may ask. the usual image of a feminist is a manhating career woman, with no time or patience for husbands, children or the stay at home life. I believe in equality for all categories in society. Including gender equality. … Read More
My son is a very active strong willed child. He loves to hug people and is totally fearless. He loves cars, everything with wheels on it really, noisy toys, trains, lego and dolls,teddy bears, kitchen and food stuff, singing and drawing and painting. not to mention jumping on the furniture, bicycling and running (away). One … Read More
This is our cat, Chuck Norris. Named after another redhead. He is one year old. The first 7 months of his life he lived with an old lady in the suburbs. She had to move house and that is why we found him in an ad in the paper. We fell in love and took … Read More
We Woke up this morning to the sound of birds chirping, a blue blue sky and a happy sun shining away. Thus motivated to go outside, we packed up the car and drove 40 minutes to a great little beachtown called Karrebæksminde in southwest off Seeland. The sand was warm and white. And we spent … Read More