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“A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

After two weeks absence, I’m catching up with this beautiful project (I was too busy having a baby!). I’m so happy to include little baby Olivia in this week feature. I was meant to write a post about her arrival (the draft remains unfinished in my files) but life it’s too crazy at the moment so that will need to wait for later.

These two (and his dad) are my whole life, things never felt so crazy, busy, emotional, overwhelming but with loads and loads of love around this house. She is perfect and beautiful, Matias has been through lots of phases, care, love, jealousy, but overall he really likes her around. I can’t wait to see their relationship to develop and unfold.

I’m a very proud mamma indeed.


“A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

On a very rare snow day this week in London, Matias couldn’t help but going outside and eat LOTS of it. It only lasted a day, but was enough to keep the excitement and novelty for him.


{ Bows }

Inspired by the thoughts of a baby girl entering our lives VERY soon, I designed this ‘Bows‘ pattern for this week.


“A portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.”

Lobsters Pjs and jumping in bed. I didn’t take many pictures this week to choose from, I find very hard to focus in the moment when I’m so uncomfortable (10 days to my due date!). However, this little one keeps his smile and make me laugh, love him to pieces.



{  Little geometrics }

After reading Mara Dawn’s latest blog post  last week I felt inspired and encouraged to resume my pattern exploration this year (do you remember my few attempts last year?). She is not only an amazing designer but also an inspiration in terms of juggling career and motherhood, please check her beautiful blog.

I’ll be joining her in weekly challenge (Well, that’s going to be a big one, I’m staying realistic about the arrival of baby girl -in less than two weeks!-  so expect some missing weeks and bumps in the road at the beginning until a routine is found.

This week’s pattern is a version of the final one I’m working on for my upcoming online shop later this year. I like the simplicity of lines with pops of colours (lately I’m fond on pastels). Looking forward to share more in the next weeks!

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