Wednesday, August 26, 2015

BIRTHDAY PARTY, MY NEW IRO JACKET AND 'PAPIR ØEN'






My friends know me so well. Although I don't tell them what I want they know how much clothes mean to me and how much I would love a new IRO jacket. Although I seem to spend a bit more on clothes for little A currently it is nice to finally be spoiled by my friends. I had one of the best birthday parties ever. Relaxed and with so much help from the people that mean the most to me. I can't do much cooking at the moment so I had their help and on top of that received presents, had my make up done and was spoiled all evening. My friend Danielle did my make up and did my nails on top of making food for the evening. I feel more than blessed to have that great friends both here in Denmark and back in London. On top of that I had a little alone time all weekend and although I missed M and little A a lot it was nice to have alone and girl time.

The last few days have been a mixture of good and bad times. Monday I spent more than 12 hours at the hospital, the doctor's and then the hospital again. First for me and then for little A. I have to get used to the nursery culture being a bit different than what we have been used to in London and although I hated the fees in London there are definitely some advantages of sending your child to a private nursery. Little A has only been at the new nursery for less than three weeks and she has already hurt herself badly twice which never used to happen back in London. I have a feeling this won't be the last time we spend our evening at the emergency room.

Today I went out to 'Papir Øen' which has a great food market. I had imagined it to be much bigger from what I have heard from friends, but I guess nothing can compare to the London food markets. At least it is a good start as Copenhagen doesn't seem to have anything similar yet and it is great to be able to sit and enjoy the weather with views over the canals. I had a pulled duck burger and a coconut lemonade. The burger wasn't as good as the ones you can get on the Chelsea food market back in London, but it is definitely worth a try. Their cheesecakes seem delicious as well and as soon as I'm not pregnant anymore I will go back and have one of them. I hope Copenhagen gets lots more of similar food markets so I can feel more at home like in London.

Zara dress, IRO jacket and make-up by Danielle Ezer

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