Inspired from a fellow blogger Jaye Marie who wrote the following on her post on Relationships : I have always been fascinated by relationships. Any kind of relationship really, for as I grew up, it seemed everyone had one except me. I spent most of my childhood in foster or children’s homes, where most of the other kids were just […]
It’s so privileged for me to be able to support mothers a bit now and then by visiting when needed. I was allowed to take you with me via these pictures from yesterday.
Twice I have been at the Royal Library in Copenhagen to scan the old catalogs from different Danish pram firms from the last century. It’s been so interesting to see the many firms competing on making the most beautiful models. I am sure that those who did the original ones must have been frustrated many times as their models were […]
I found a beautiful short video with a father singing to his two months old daughter. It is clear to see that they are both deeply involved in their being together. The father comes so near that she can see him clearly and then he sings in such a loving tone the words from his heart. The little girl […]
Lately, I was reminded of Carol’s new-born grandchild and felt that I could share my articles on caring for babies. Carol with her blog Writeful Mind is a very social blogger who connects bloggers in the Facebook Café blog and is busy helping people who have suffered from abuse. I have stored up knowledge on this subject for many years […]
A great responsibility to become parents. Choosing a healthy life style is essential.
Looking back 60-80 years at families with small children in the streets of Copenhagen
#WeekendCoffeeShare 29 May If we were having coffee I would tell you that I have been very occupied finding old catalogues on former days’ prams or baby carriers. My whole life I have been fascinated by the designs of these useful things from especially the forties and the fifties. In my research I was lucky to find a few catalogues […]
The last five years I have developed a daughter like friendship with a young woman Stephanie whose mother had a postnatal depression and later got psychosis. I met her as she was among a group of friends with my second son while he was still studying. I was very attracted to her because she seemed much more mature than what is normal […]
Just after the WWII many children were born in Copenhagen my aunt Eva got her first three in the span of five years. Lots of children were seen in the streets and baby carriages were everywhere too. Press photos from Copenhagen My aunt Eva and my uncle lived near a famous church called Grundtvig’s Church. The row of flats […]