Siden Nova blev født for 3 år siden har jeg passet hende og storebror Aksel hjemme og det har været helt fantastisk og perfekt for os. Sidste sensommer besluttede store Aksel at han gerne ville i børnehave, og nu idag er Nova så startet. Hun har været tip top klar til det længe, men man skal jo også lige have en plads.
Det er lidt vemodigt at den tid nu er forbi, men jeg indrømmer gerne at jeg også har glædet mig meget. Nu starter en ny tid, hvor der er mere plads til at jeg kan udfolde mig kreativt og sætte flere af mine strikkeprojekter og drømme i søen.
Jeg har (selvfølgelig) også strikket lidt i løbet af ugen - og syet, men har ikke fået taget billeder endnu. Jeg glæder mig også til at skrive om mine Knit Nation-kurser... imorgen, måske.
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And then the week flew by without me noticing it. By my own choice. This week was my very last week staying at home with my daughter, so it had to be special. We've been on a canal tour, have eaten sushi, played with nail varnish, been on a picnic, to an amusement park - Bakken, and to the beach (luckily the last three are right next to each other), we've sewn a pretty dress and have been to the paddling pool and have played in the sun. Just me and my Nova.
Since Nova was born 3 years ago, I've been at home with her and her older brother Aksel, and it's been wonderful and just perfect for us. Late last summer Aksel chose to start in daycare (wonder if that is the right word) and today Nova started as well. She's been super ready to start for a long time, but we've had to wait for a place to open up.
I'm feeling a little sad that this time is over, but I'm also happy to admit that I've been looking forward to this. This is the start of a new time, where I have more space to be creative and to work on my knitting projects and dreams.
I've also been knitting a bit during the week (naturally) - and sewing as well, but I haven't taken any photos yet. I'm looking forward to writing about my Knit Nation classes as well... tomorrow, maybe.