Life with a toddler

My son is almost 2 years and 5 months. Making me proud of how much he has evolved.He can talk to us even if with limited words but usually we get the idea. He can run, he can easily climb steps and small hills with such speed it amazes me. He's been so happy to... Continue Reading →

One and a half men

My little guy is 1 year and a half now. He has grown high and strong and its hard to look at him as a baby anymore. Sure he still needs lot of caring but his personality is so strong you have to take him very seriously. He's got his own language which sounds like... Continue Reading →

Happy new year!

Goodbye 2019, happy to see you 2020. This year has been a great year - the year my son was born. This year I also started this blog, mostly to try it out. So far I'm liking it and will continue to write as long as I have something to share. Thanks to all the... Continue Reading →

What is Christmas all about?

Christmas is around the corner. Again. What is it all about? If you ask ten different people, you will get ten different answers. Is it about the Christmas tree and the carols you hear everywhere? Is it about family gatherings? Or is it about Santa Claus and presents? Does it still have a religious nature... Continue Reading →

Why is the Christmas tree magic?

As a kid I never understood what was so magic about the Christmas tree. Sure, the presents underneath it were magic but to a kid everything is magic. Every toy is magic. Even candy is magic if you were born in the '80. Christmas tree decorating seemed more of a chore as a kid. Sure... Continue Reading →

Teacher and student

I like to think I will be a good teacher for my kid. Its one of the jobs of a father. But my kid wants to prove me wrong. Its not what you teach your kid but what he teaches you. Patience. You think you know what patience is. Just wait until your kid puts... Continue Reading →

The spring of life

As my kid is growing each day I feel he's becoming more and more aware of whats happening around him. Still, his memories are not formed yet and it will take some time until he'll be able to remember himself as a child. As I'm trying myself to remember my first child memory I recall... Continue Reading →

Why we love our kids?

It's a simple question. Isn't it? Maybe it would be interesting to take another approach here and ask the opposite: why we wouldn't love them. It could be all the sleepless nights and tiresome days, the constant cries and laments that will scar you for years to come. Mother nature has programmed us into reacting... Continue Reading →

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