The only glitch in this plan is that I have a two year old who knows when my back is turned and promptly uses this window of opportunity to get up to mischief.
Freshly baked banana cake.
Yes that's permanent marker.
It's all rather exciting/weird/crazy/surreal/scary labelling boxes with Italy as their destination.
We're getting excited and a little impatient to be there now. Luca packed his box for Italy. First in went all his cars (priorities), then his train set, then books, a torch, his watch, colouring pencils.
He asks me at least 5 times each day if we are going to Italy now.
Max's passport arrived this week - first member of our family to own a British passport - WHOOP!
Isn't it lovely? Luca and Beni's citizenship applications are currently being processed after paying 900 quid... and Austin and I are doing ours at the beginning of March, once we've rustled up another small fortune for the privilege... It'll be well worth is though, finally getting all this sorted. I'm not enjoying all the paperwork though....!
I've been enjoying the increasingly fun interaction that is developing between the brothers. Especially between Beni and Max during the day when Luca is at school. I often hear them giggling away in another room. Very very cute.
Max is proving to be a bit of a rock star - in all his nine month glory. He bangs those keys with a fair bit of attitude. Shows them who's boss.
Beni often serenades me with an impromptu song. Melts my heart every time.
Oh yeah, and I changed my hair colour.
Rock and Roll Red.
Something like that.
Happy Weekend to you all!
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