Swe-Aussie X-mas

Happy New Year everyone! Wow… 2018 is here! Feels great to say bye bye to 2017. Today was a lazy day. The kids slept in… we mostly watched TV and spent time together. The weather was hot and humid. At the end of the evening we had a thunderstorm an…

We had a quiet night at home on New Year’s Eve. We ate scrumptious food and and watched fireworks on TV… – a perfect night in my eyes!NYE tableI skipped the traditional white and silver table settingand used red and white instead.Still Chri…

I kind of got lost somewhere before the New Year… I couldn’t find any inspiration to blog. I’m definitely in a holiday mood – and mode!Still Christmas in our bedroom.Bought a deep red sheet set for Christmas.They are so lovely to sleep on…On top is…

After a very lazy Boxing Day, I thought I’d have another relaxing day yesterday… but then I started doing laundry, and some more laundry… and in between loads I decided to start tidying up our pantry… Somehow, today didn’t turn out as relaxing as…

 Unbelievable… I totally forgot to post about our Christmas Eve lunch/dinner… I think I was too busy and too focused on posting photos on Instagram, that I forgot to write a blog post… Ah, well. Better late than never, right?! Tradition…

Merry ChristmasWow, Christmas is done and dusted for another year!We spent Christmas Day with my hubby’s family and my Uncle and his wife. Lots of Swedish and Australian Christmas foodand a huge Christmas dessert buffet!My two ♥My Father in law an…

Well, it was almost lunch time when we sat down… So maybe I should call it Christmas Eve brunch instead! We had traditional Swedish rice porridge with cinnamon sugar and milk. This is what we give to the Swedish Tomten (our Santa) instead of milk and…

Yesterday we lit the last Advent candle. Happy 4th of Advent! Igår tände vi det fjärde och sista ljuset i adventsljusstaken!Glad 4:e Advent!♥

Wow, almost 24 hours have passed since we opened our Christmas presents on Christmas Eve morning. Merry Christmas to you all!The kids had a lovely morning opening their gifts from the Swedish Tomten who came and left the presents under the tree during …