Ronja was blowing soap bubbles earlier in the garden. She likes it when there are many, and she can follow them to see where they go. I loved the expressions that went over her face, so even though I was weeding the garden, I went inside to get my camera.

Blowing soap bubbles - mosaic 

Earlier in the day we had all spent some time at Ronja’s kindergarten. They had arranged this afternoon when all the parents were invited to give a hand in restoring the playground. The playhouses needed some fixing and paint, and the bikes also needed a bit of maintenance. Not that many people had signed up beforehand, so it was a wonderful surprise to find the kindergarten packed with happy parents and children throughout the afternoon. Everyone was working and socializing and it was a great success! ;)

Ready - set - eat! 

Our first strawberries are ripe – early this year, due to the very warm and sunny weather we’re having. Mmmmmm, can’t wait until we’re having strawberries and cream for dessert!

Finally, Mads finished white washing the house tonight. Completely! But I’ll have to tell you more about that tomorrow, because it is sooooo past my bedtime. XOXO!  :)


  1. Posted June 7, 2008 at 15:36 | Permalink

    what gorgeous photos! i love them in a square like that and would frame them just so and hang it on the wall!

  2. Posted June 7, 2008 at 23:57 | Permalink

    Sarah – thanks! I just love soap bubbles, and she had such fabulous expressions. Had to try and catch that… ;)

  3. Posted June 8, 2008 at 05:52 | Permalink

    Sæbebobler er fortryllende på en måde og det ser ud til at Ronja er meget optaget af at fremstille dem *S*

  4. Posted June 8, 2008 at 10:14 | Permalink

    Ja, Ronja var helt optaget af det – det er heller ikke nemt at skulle puste så præcist… ;)

  5. Mormor
    Posted June 10, 2008 at 09:12 | Permalink

    Herlige billeder fra børnehaven og sæbebobleblæsningen – jeg kan især godt lide det øverst til højre – eller kan jeg nu også det? Modellen er jo fortryllende på dem alle :)

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