This year me and Sandor went to celebrate our relationship anniversary in a restaurant Ö. When I booked the table, I had a hint that it would be a bit fancier place than an average – my instinct was correct. For example, there’s no á la carte menu to choose your own three course dinner, instead they offer table d’hôte menu as they let you choose between two fixed meals: a seven course or eleven course dinner. As we were celebrating, we decided on behalf of eleven courses.Continue reading “Restaurant Ö”
After Tristan became one year old, it felt like there’s no update to add every month. Not saying that there’s nothing new every month – I rather mean that the first year (specially for a first-time mother) is more significant and the following years tend to pass by rather quickly. This time I’d write briefly about the changes that this passed year has brought.Continue reading “Changes during the passed year”
Amsterdam is called the Venice of the North. It really has soooo many beautiful canals throughout the whole city. At some point in the history people started using canal space to build their homes there. Nowadays there are around 2,500 houseboats in Amsterdam and each one have their own address.Continue reading “Energetic Amsterdam”
I start my post with an everlasting cliche: “They grow so fast. Time passes so quickly!” That one year has flown like a second (okay, more like a month) and our baby boy has become a toddler.Continue reading “Tristan became ONE YEAR OLD”
When my partner said that he wanted to visit Switzerland on our next trip, I was rather sceptic about it. Did not know much about the country and I thought that we wouldn’t have much to do there. But then I started doing some research and found out that this is a place really worth visiting. Yup, it was a great trip. 🤩 Continue reading “Breathtaking Switzerland and Liechtenstein”
In a bit, I’m confused: it feels like Tristan has been with us for so long that I cannot even remember the times before he was born, but on the other hand the time has just flown and our little baby is already becoming a child. Like… when did that happen?
The most important progress during the month was getting on his feet without any surface to lean on, all by himself. He also has taken a few steps, but it’s quite not walking, yet (though as I understand then some consider getting up on feet as walking?). Continue reading “Our tenth month with Tristan”
This month was finally the brakethrough in our nights. Now Tristan demands feeding only two times during the night (instead of 5-6 times as before). Continue reading “Our ninth month with Tristan”
Summer is slowly waving somewhere in the yonder, but many sorts of berries are already available. Mainly not yet domestic catch, but worth buying though. Here is one summerly sweet receipt: greek yoghurt dessert with berries.
These days it feels like Tristan is developing every day. It is said that during this age babies personality will start developing, starting from finding his favourite toys and ending with getting more independant to explore the world. At this age they also may start feeling separation anxiety. Continue reading “Our eighth month with Tristan”