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

Matias: Always laughing, smiling, grinning and being adorably silly.

Olivia: “Chatting” with his brother, this little girl can’t have enough of him and I love it.

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

Matias: This week’s photo was taken with my iPhone. Matias entered the “no pictures mum!” every time he sees me with my camera. I still think he is awesome.

Olivia: Always so calmed while in the changing table. A warm bath before bed is always a good idea. She changes by the day, getting calmer, happier and chattier.

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

Matias: He is always happy playing with his engine’s collection and play dough. The rest of his toys haven’t been touch in months! Spiky sweatshirt reflects his personality lately, roar!

Olivia: Wearing her Happy shirt (a present from daddy). She is getting more content with the days, I’m glad things are falling into place. A happy Spring.

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…this space has been neglected for the past few months. Sleeping always wins over screen time, and when I seat down in my desk trying to put some (coherent) words together, things just don’t flow.

Having a new baby around again is easier yet more tiring. We are still finding our way into this “two-children-under-five” reality, Matias went through a lot of changes the first few weeks, it wasn’t an easy transition but with lots (LOTS) of patient and love we are heading to a better place where everyone’s space and needs are fulfilled.

In a word I’m simply EXHAUSTED. We have the fortunate to have  both my mum and in laws visiting since Olivia arrived, lots of help and hands to make things easier, I couldn’t be more grateful for that. Reality with two kids will hit soon when they leave, I think I’m ready for the challenge, I would need to get organised (not my strength), but hey, my mum could do it with THREE, so do I.

Life has never been so busy and tiring yet my heart feels full. I’m embracing chaos, sleepless nights and messiness as a reflection that I’m a mother of two now, the most important job I would ever have. Sorry if only kids photos have been filling this blog lately, I promise to start sharing more exciting things I’m (slowly) been working on soon.



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

Matias: Early morning iPad amusement (when you have a new baby in tow you NEED to rely on something to get yourself sorted in the mornings!)

Olivia: Getting more expressive every day, I’m enjoying the giggles and laughs so much these days.

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By Jessica

Rolling pin printing {DIY roundup}

On 11, Nov 2013 | No Comments | In DIY & Handmade | By Jessica


(Image via 2Modern blog)

If I’m honest, I’ll admit it’s been a bit difficult to follow my blog calendar this week. Life with a toddler plus other personal things didn’t gave me enough time to plan my next project. So instead of posting a personal one this monday I’m sharing a roundup of rolling pin printing DIY projects I found in the web (my latest obsession).

These are my favourite three:


1// Rolling pin stamps via Alissa Burke blog


2// Rolling pin wrapping paper DIY via


3// Rolling out a lace print DIY via Helana and Ali

It looks so easy and fun to make and the results are so pretty, my favourite is the one using lace (3). These are perfect for making your own wrapping paper for Xmas presents this year. The possibilities are endless, I can’t way to try my own!






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