Bern on a Monday

Mondays are usually the least favourite part of the week for most of us. Well this past week we actually had a good one since both of us took the day off to drive to Bern with Luca to get his passport sorted at the Romanian consulate. It was such a nice, warm and sunny day that we took the time to eat lunch on a bench in the park, take a walk and just relax with the little one. Luca is loving the travelling around as much as we do and with the warm weather this is perfect for being outside more.

Bern is a lovely city and it was so nice to see everyone enjoying their lunch outside. A sunny day is not to be waisted, so kudos to the Swiss for knowing how to enjoy every moment of it, even when working.

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I am wearing: Zara jeans, H&M shirt, Navyboot loafers (I love them so much that I wear them all the time).

Luca is wearing: H&M jeans and shirt, Zara sneakers and vest from Jacardi Paris

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Summer hat

We’ve been pretty busy over here. I went back to work in June, my parents came for a visit and Luca had his daycare accommodation period. Plus it is summer and we are trying to spend as much time as possible outside.

My new favourite item when it comes to enjoying warmer and sunny days is a nice  hat. I am just in love with the one I got from Paris from Banana Republic (free shipping over 50 euros and currently having a big sale) that I could wear it every day. And honestly I don’t know of a better method to protect my face from the sun when we are out in the middle of the day. It is my must have of the season, especially if you spend a lot of time outside.

 

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The dress I am wearing in the pictures is from Closet, old collection.

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A two week road trip with a baby

We are back from our marathon holiday. We literally spent the last 2 weeks on the road, in total we stayed at 4 hotels plus our parents houses. It was hectic, but it was much better then I expected. Luca was incredibly nice and he adjusted to all the changes we threw at him. First it was the road trip from Zurich to Romania, in total a 16 h drive. We split it in half and slept one night in Vienna which is exactly in the middle. The trick was to leave early enough in the morning so that Luca would sleep in the car. Since he still eats once a night we left after his night feed. On the road we would stop to feed him and spend around an hour playing with him. Then he would sleep for an hour and then it was time to play in the car. Having new toys helped and when that was not enough I did take him in my arms just for him to stretch. Overall Luca was a happy traveller and seemed to enjoy the ride. It was a good lesson for me to not worry that much and a very good reminder that babies don’t need much to be happy. As long as their primary needs are satisfied (eat, sleep and play) they are great.

We were crazy tired, but it was all worth it since Luca got to meet all his family and our dear friends. I was a bit worried of how he would react to meeting and spending time with so many people at once. But he enjoyed the attention and I have to say that taking this trip when he was 4 months old was the best thing ever. It is the age when they start to be very aware of what goes around them but they still have some of the newborn characteristics, like napping for long hours in the car.

During our journey we also did his christening. It was a very nice celebration that gathered all our close family and friends. I can’t wait to share the photos.

But for now I only have the photos from my phone from the last 2 weeks. You will notice a lot of selfies and pictures from our hotel rooms.

 

Happy to be back home and to enjoy spring in our area.

xoxo, Andreea

 

 

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