Experienced parent hack: If you don’t want strangers to talk to you, regardless of the weather, put that hat on your baby. Additional note: If an old lady tells you to put a hat on your baby, it’s OK just to say: “I don’t want to”.
When it’s hot outside but you can’t take your sweater off because your boobs are leaking. #mommysthinkingofyou #whatsthatonyourshirt #momproblems
That moment when you’re feeding your hungry baby and he’s looking at you lovingly and as he unlatches to smile… you start spraying breastmilk all over McDonald’s. #gladyouwerentthere #imnotlovinit #milkwithyourcoffeesir?
Good news: listening to Adele calms Oskar down. Bad news: I have to listen to Adele. (It could be worse, though, so I won’t complain.)
Happy Mother’s day! Which is pretty much the same as any other day, except you get to praise your kids’ drawings a little bit more.
New level of “baby brain”: after having left the house, for a moment I got worried that I forgot to bring my boobs.
From Oskar’s room I’m listening to Molly and Benny playing a made-up game named “Who likes?” in bed. Benny’s asking questions and I’m writing them down in real time: Who likes ice-cream? (They both do.) Who likes going to the kindergarten? (They both do.) Who likes fireworks? (Benny does, Molly doesn’t. Don’t know why not.) Who likes hanging up the washing? (Benny does, Molly doesn’t. Benny: “I like hanging up …
It’s 3:20am on a Saturday night and Oskar’s so awake that I almost feel guilty for not taking him out to dance.
-Molly, I’m now going to brush my teeth and then I’ll come back and fart on your head. -No, you’re not! -Yes, I am. Really. -Then I’ll tell Dada! And I’ll fart on YOUR head. It’s nice how they’re letting each other know about their “fart on your head” plans. Very civil and grown-up behaviour.
I must’ve looked very exhausted because a very kind girl in a shopping centre offered to do my make-up for free. After she made me pretty I went home and napped in style.