Yes, I am a fan of Reasons my son is crying which documents the (always logical :)) reasons children cry. It has made me laugh more times than I can count. Today I was browsing my picture archive and I saw that … Continue reading →
In this day most of us live in an urban environment. Not because we HAVE to but because society has chosen to grow that direction and we have gone with it as the most obvious choice. I do notice that the opposite trend is starting to kick in: people are slowly trying to be closer to nature again, having more natural and organic things in the house and more natural food in the belly. All this is an important factor for us but even more important when it comes to our babies and children. Continue reading →
This looks like an ice-cream, tastes like one but isn’t one. Confused? Don’t be. Just freeze some bananas, blend them with honey and add some fruit of your choice for an extremely delicious dessert. It is THIS simple!!!
Sunday morning. Oh, how I love lazy Sunday mornings. Sipping your coffee slowly. Waking up slowly. Having a delicious breakfast bite with no hustle to make it. This is a perfect recipe for that. And so easily variable depending on what you have in the fridge. Continue reading →
I never really like making pancakes, because they make so much mess in the kitchen and then they are gone in a second. Then again, this is one of the very few recipes that I have memorized from my childhood, and that must mean something 🙂 ( I suppose this is a classical recipe where children were allowed to get involved). I can still repeat it: 1 egg, 1 glass of flour, 1 glass of milk, salt and sugar. That’s basically it. Those were pancakes I made as a child; this is my grown-up version 🙂 Continue reading →