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Exciting news

Fashion,Outfit,9 December 2018

Have you had a good weekend so far? I’ve been tired, and I’m starting to think it’s because of my ongoing headache medication. Or I know it makes me tired, but I easily forget about it since I’ve been taking them for so long. I’ve decided to quit next week, and I’m sure I’ll be ok since I’m already down to minimum.

I got a couple of hours to myself, so I thought I’d share some thoughts with you before I cook lunch for my family. This weekend I’ve tried to collect strength by organizing at home. I’m renewing our china completely, because I got an entire pre-used series that I love. I’m also cleaning out my wardrobe again, which I do at least once/ month. This time however, I want to remake my closet by making more room for hanging clothes and remove shelves. I usually donate everything to charity at least every second time. Especially all children’s clothing and other necessities. I should actually give away our strollers as well. Maybe I’ll do a storage cleanout next.

Tomorrow, I’m coming out with exiting news! It’s a project I’ve been working on this past summer and fall. Can’t wait to share it with you, so keep an eye on my Instagram here if you’re interested.

On Tuesday I’m supposed to travel to Paris, but I’m hesitant weather it will happen or not. It’s restless right now, and I don’t want to feel unsafe, so I’d rather not go if it doesn’t calm down.

This look is from our last time in Paris. Juuli snapped these pictures after a super long day right before supper. I miss Paris a lot, so I’m hoping we’ll be able to go.

outfit from hm

Pictures by Juuli Rönkä

home touchdown

Fashion,Outfit,3 December 2018

Home from Zürich but leaving for Hanko tomorrow morning. I’m going there to co-host an event for a group of friends. I know we’re goanna have a good time and I’ve been waiting for this day to come for a while already. It’s like now when school is over-party season can kick off officially!

Zürich was beautiful, cozy and home-like. It reminds me of Helsinki, and so does the people. It feels safe and familiar. This trip also made me realize how much our kids have grown. Zero meltdowns (for either kids or adults), no running around at restaurants and no constant walking in the aisles of the airplane for three hours straight. As I always say; it’s bitter sweet, but I’m also really enjoying it. The relationships I’m forming and building with each of my children and seeing them find each other is precious. They teach me Somuch about life every day and I teach them what I’ve learned along the way. I love being their mother. It makes my life so meaningful.

coat andiata// dress monki (gifted)// shoes zara// bag chanel

Pictures by Juuli Rönkä