Sunday

slinging it


This is me and Elinor slinging it. She likes it more and more and its almost a sure way to get her to sleep if she is grumpy. This is also how she joins me when i make breakfast in the morning -i soon expect her to be able to make the coffee while i get the bread ready. (just realised it looks like she is always wearing the same clothes :) well she almost does i guess...)

14 comments:

schorlemädchen said...

this look soo soo cute...I am sure Elinor is very soon ready to make coffee : )
Happy Sunday to you

emma said...

man SKA ha favoritkläder som man trivs i! :) vad mysigt det ser ut!

nath said...

hee hee, how sweet! Iris spent a LOT of time in her sling. they like being cosseted at this tiny age.

Coralene said...

Little sweet baby fingers. I love your sling; neither of my daughters ever seemed to cooperate when I tried to use mine... although looking back, there is a good chance that the actual issue was operator error!

Katrine Ny said...

Både slyngen, tøjet og Elinor ser fantastisk ud! De dér små fingre er vildt søde!

Lisen said...

That looks a cosy little textile "cave" to sleep in! Watch out, she maybe wanna lay there until she's a teenager! ;) And the clothes is nice, hey - sometimes even I wear the t-shirts I've slept in. But dont tell anyone!

PROVINS said...

Hvor hyggeligt.. Går ud fra slyngen er en hjemmelavet sag - for den er da helt vildt fin..

steph. said...

Cute :) first coffee, then bread, then she'll be blogging! It's only a matter of time. Is Rufus getting jealous that he is not feature on the blog as much anymore?

whateverscoolwithme said...

so cute! did you make the sling yourself? was it hard to find a pattern?

Elisabelle said...

So sweet!
Just discovered your blog: love the graphics and the design!

aixxx said...

Aw, so kawaii!!!

Is it a handmade sling? Looks nice.

Kim said...

So cosy. Love it. xx

Leen said...

Funny to see that Elinor has a favourite outfit already :-) During Annabels first weeks she almost always wore a tiny pj with coloured hearts. When I saw it again the other day, as I was sorting out the babyclothes for my sister who's almost due, i got all sentimental. Newborns are so precious :-)

Marie Aveline said...

I love your blog !