Baby Aktiviteter

Idag ville jag ha lite bilder på mig och min dotter. Jag är oftast den som är bakom kameran men jag vill ha hon ska ha några bilder på oss som hon kan titta på när hon är äldre. Jag la kameran på en hylla under lite böcker och satte den på en timer!
nu har vi lite bilder vi kan skratta åt när hon är äldre 😍

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Baby Fashion

Happy 5 months to our little princess. I cant believe how much you have changed in just 5 months. You have started eating real food. You can sit by yourself. You have been going to swimming lessons and baby massage. Your giggling and blowing raspberries. Playing with toys. You are our happiness princess. You are the are cutest little thing ever. Even though you arent allowing me to write this right now. I love you baby.

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Mamma Fitness/kost

toasted chic Peas (kikärtor))

Open a container chic Peas and rinse them well. Lay them on a Towel to dry. Put them on a baking tray and into the ovan at 200° celcius for 20min. Toss them in olive oil, sesame oil, soy sauce and honey, then put them back in for another 10 min or untill crunchy. Sprinkle on some sesame seeds and enjoy ! ☺

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The other day i made this really delicious asian style dinner. I cooked the chicken in a pot with honey, garlic, soy sauce, chili sauce and siracha sauce. Then i added broccoli, greenbeans, onions, and white cabbage. Served with Rice ☺ if any one is interested in a more detailed recipe just let me know and i can figure one out 😉

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Mamma Fitness/kost

Today i made these protein bars. Super easy to make

Half a jar of organic peanutbutter

1 small package raisins

1 cup oats (2dl)

0.5 cup pumpkin seeds (crushed)

3 tbs chia seeds

1 tbs seseme seeds

2 tbs cocoa

25 g butter

2 tbs honey

combine all the ingredients over low heat till the butter melts. Put in a form and into the freezer. Sprinkle some coconut shavings on top then cut them into the size of your choice and enjoy :)

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Baby Aktiviteter

This is perfect to do if you have a teething baby! As you can see she absolutely loves it.

Just pump some breastmilk into popsicle forms and store them in the freezer :) perfect summer treat for little ones

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Mamma Fitness/kost

Morning routine:

Wake up and make coffee and oatmeal

Get my baby ready and put her in the stroller

Walk to the gym

Work out hardcore

Drink some protein (since im breastfeeding i dont do protein powder) dont want to risk anything. I dont care if its safe, im not risking it.

YO, on my way to the gym today there was this super creepy bird! (if you guys know me you know im scared to death of birds) Anyways.. This stupid huge black bird keept following me and spreading its wings like it was wanting some kind beef with me. I started walking faster and faster and he starts jumping after me. im like WTF does this bird have bird flue or something!! Rabies!?! I start waving my hands at him and shooing him away. He just gets closer and closer. At this point im thinking of a plan if this beast starts to attack. The plan was to jump infront of my baby. Atleast keep her safe. Yea im not that creative.. So anyways out of no where this homeless man (not sure if he was homeless) came to the rescue. He must have smelled so bad because the bird flew away.. But the whole thing just seemed so weird.. i keep thinking what if the homeless man wouldnt have been there, what would i have done!? I didnt even thank the man becaus my thought was just to get away while i could. When i got to the gym i thought to myself.. OMG i hope he didnt think i ran away from him!

If for some reason you (homeless man) are not homeless and are infact reading this.. Just wanted to say thank you..

Oh this wasnt the reason for the post it was to post my Chiapudding recipe :)

2 tbs Chiaseeds

Some almond milk

Cocoa powder

coffee

honey

i didnt measure it but you guys can figure it :)

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my life is probably different from most. It hasnt been perfect. Some things i choose not to write about but some i want to share. I am 50% American 50% Swedish. I was born in a little town called Ängelholm. In fact it is so little that the hospital i was born at no longer has a delivery room. I moved to America when i was 9 years old. I remember crying my last day of school, saying goodbye to all my friends. They had all made me goodbye posters. I brought them with me and looked at them occasionally. The hardest part was saying goodbye to my Grandmother and my cousins. I remember looking over at my mom and seeing her cry for the first time. I couldnt hold back the tears. Theres something so sad in seeing a strong person breakdown.

Theres something about being half that always makes you feel incomplete. When im in Sweden im the American. When im in America Im the Swede. Ive always felt half as smart. I feel like i know half the language of each country. Even though i speak and understand them both fully, i wish i was more knowlegeable. I tried really hard to not have an accent becuase i hated it. I remember talking out loud and recording it on my phone and would try to correct everythig i said. My dad was American so we only spoke english with him. Once the years rolled by in America i started to forget my swedish. The english was getting really good, and my accent was no longer an issue. So i felt like i had to work on my Swedish. I was in extra reading classes when i first got there. I remember feeling so dumb. I hated going there. I was so emberassed. It helped alot though. I met an amzing tutor that helped me so much. Not only with school but with life. Didnt really have any friends at this point, i was really shy and didnt want people to hear my accent.

After a while of being in America i started to adapt more. The food that i once found disgusting i started enjoying. My mom tried everything to make us more comfortable. They built a pool and took us to Disney and Busch Gardens. Every summer we would go back to Sweden to visit, But as the trip was coming to an end, we would feel a sinking feeling in our stomach. The last day of our visit was the worst. We would usually leave early in the morning or middle of the night, But no matter the time my grandmother would wake up and say goodbye. Sometimes i wished she wouldnt, thinking it would be easier to leave. I hated seeing her cry. It breaks my heart to this day. Every goodbye we said, i ended it with "one day, when you get sick i will come back and take care of you".

I moved to Sweden when i was 18 by myself. I lived with my grandma and my cousin. The main reason i moved was becuase i was put into millitary school. I went there for two years. My parents didnt like the school i was zoned for, so they thought the better option was to send me to Summerlin Miliitary Academy. It was horrible. I had to wake up at 4:30 every morning. My bus arrived at 5 am and two and a half hours later, i arrived at school. We had 3 strict uniforms that they checked every moring. We had class A uniforms and Class B or C or D i dont even know what they were called. On fridays we were allowed to wear ACUS. They thought that was a treat letting us wear those. I guess they were a little more comfortable, but they were the most unflattering outfits ive ever worn. Your hair couldnt touch the coller. You werent allowed nailpolish. It just wasnt for me. We had to stand information every morning. We had our companies lined up in order. I believe i was in Bravo company. I dont remember much from there, ive blocked out most of it. I did however meet some really great people. Some of the best people i met there. If you are reading this i think you know who you guys are.

So when i moved to sweden on my own, i only lasted about 6 months. I missed my family too much. My sisters especially. So i moved back home to America. I started Highschool there. A school called Kathleen Highschool It was notorious for being a bad school. There were constanly fights. I remember being pretty scared sometimes. There were about 5-10 fights a day i would say. We always had police walking around the school to make sure it was safe. I saw some people end up so brutally beated, that they would call an amulance. People would stand around and watch as this went on. I remember not wanting to look. It broke my heart, no matter who was fighting. It wasnt all bad, i met some pretty cool people there too. My best friend was the valedictorian. She was so smart. I was so glad she was there.I played tennis for the school. I was first player on my tennis team and i loved my team! i miss those girls. One of them passed away no to long ago in a car accident. I graduated 2011 with my class and i got to experience and American graduation. Far diffrent from a Swedish one.

My parents got a divorce about a year or so later, I move to Sweden along with my mother and sisters. Then i met someone from America in Sweden and we moved right back to America about a year later. We lived in America for about 2 and a half years when i decided that it wasnt meant to be and moved BACK to Sweden once again.

I am finally settled down down and am not planning to move to America anytime soon! I love my life now in Sweden. I have my mom and my amazing sisters. I have my Fiance, And his family that i consider my own. I am so blessed to have inlaws like them. I love them all so much and i felt like ive known them my whole life! I consider his family my family! and even my family consider his family FAMILY. I could go on all day about the love i have for my family and his. I have a beautiful daughter that is exactly 4 months old today! I felt like a barely scratched the surface of my life yet ive written so much. I hope you guys feel like youve learned a little something about the person behind the blog.


Actual pictures from my school

My tennis team

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