if you can go out dressing your child like this and no one raises a brow.
J loves her new hat, she calls it "rocket". I can see why. *No, it wasn't that cold, but she had managed to pour juice over her other hat and this was at hand on our way out..*
Anyhow, the biggest event of the day has been going to the pharmacy and because I actually had one doze left for tonight, it never turned into any big challenge in my head, so it all went very smoothly.
I love the street of our local pharmacy, we went around 5pm, when the sun was setting. Our whole city area consists of cobbled streets, it gives such a lovely feel to the daily tasks of popping out to the shop. *You can see the green cross where our pharmacy is*
We had to wait for 20min for the pharmacist to prepare my prescription, so we manged to buy quite a lot on our little route around this mini pharmacy. C wanted a set of hat, scarf and gloves, he felt so cool afterwards. Our little smurf *bless*.
Back home J decided she wasn't going to go up the stairs. "Bäna, mamma?" (Mummy carry?). When explained I couldn't managed both her, the buggy and plastic bags, she sat down and announced "Pappa bäna, pappa komma hem!" (Daddy carry, when daddy comes home). It took me a while to persuade her up the stairs.
Comment of the day: C is thinking a lot about the love of his life, which at the moment is me. Today, he gave me a cuddle after breakfast announcing that he loved me. I told him that I loved him and that he was my special boy. "But who is dad then?", was his next move.
"He is my special man", I said.
He thought for a while and then said with a sad voice: "I will never be your special man, will I?"