• Family Stories,  Living Arrows,  Siblings

    Sisters 1/2017

    I really missed looking back at my siblings/sisters posts at the end of last year. Half way through 2016 I simple stopped posting pictures with my girls and reviewing their month. So this year i promised myself i will start doing it again, continue to record their life as I started years ago after my eldest was born. Kara is now almost 8 – 7 years and 10 months to be more exact and Anastasia is 4 years and 1 month and believe it or not we are still live in my hometown. I can’t believe there are almost 4 years since we moved back home. I am happy to say that…

  • Busteni - Azuga
    Family Stories,  Visit Romania

    Our 2017 Winter Holiday

    Happy New Year everyone! I know it’s been a while since I wrote on this blog but we’ve been quite busy during the winter holidays. Between celebrations, my work as a freelancer in the world of digital marketing and our prolonged trip to the mountains there was no time to spare whatsoever. But i’ve missed a lot writing here and I had to comeback and share with you a little bit about our last month. We were really happy that daddy was able to stay almost 6 weeks with us but as expected that made saying goodbye a couple of says ago even harder for all of us but especially…

  • Family Stories,  My thoughts and sorrows

    Hard year

    The month of October is here and I can’t quite believe how close to the end of this year we are. 2017 is less than 3 months away. It’s been a hard year. The worse part was when my youngest had her left tibia fractured. The worst 24 hours ever… I had to rely on doctors and specialist around my daughter and I. And believe me Romanian hospitals are at the opposite poll from the British ones. Nurses and doctors are still acting like they are doing us a favour by acting nasty at times and by letting us wait for hours on end. Thank goodness Anastasia’s cast is now…

  • Family Stories

    Road to Recovery

    Time never disappoints. The last few months I felt like I didn’t have time to stop. It’s been so busy and once again I have a baby. That’s because my 3 year old, Anastasia had to have her left leg in a cast for about 5 and a half weeks. We had to go back to wearing nappies and sleeping with mummy and having to bath in a small bath tub rather than in the shower, she had to also be carried everywhere and moved around in a pushchair. The entire story’s been heartbreaking for us and for her especially…Now the cast is off but full recovery is still a…

  • Family Stories

    Lately…Bucharest, tears and injury

    Summer holidays are still in full swing here. Weather is really hot and we spend most of the time outside. Well…lately…not so much. A lot has happened in the last month and if you’ve been watching my social media you will definitely be up to with some of it anyway. Bucharest Trip A couple of weeks ago we visited my long time friend for 20 years and her family in Bucharest. She has two kids – boy and girl – and as her kids and our kids really like spending time together we thought it will be a good idea to have a weekend play date. Despite the fact that…

  • Life as a married single parent
    Family Stories,  Visit Romania,  Vlogging

    A holiday with my daughters

    These days (since we moved back home anyway) we go on holiday as a family when daddy has a holiday from work. But as he is not coming until august this summer I thought that will be nice to treat my girls with a getaway to the beach anyway. Before he comes home we usually go to the outdoor pool in town or for a day trip to the beach. We live only about half an hour drive from the beach but as I didn’t manage to pass my driving exam last year it is still quite difficult to get there without a car. Sometimes my dad is taking us…

  • Bilingual European
    Family Stories,  Politic

    Bilingual European

    I really didn’t want to write this post. I mean I strongly believed that because I am not British I have no right to do so…but then every single time I thought about the future the fear just raised into my heart. I might not be British but my husband and more importantly my daughters are. I raise them to believe that Europe is one big nation formed of people that happen to speak different languages and that when they grow up they can choose where to live. I told them several times that they will be free to choose where to leave even though my husband and I might live in…