some things I liked this week…


this lovely black&white book for babies 0-6 months by Katey Love


this photo-shoot from Karine with her girls…



these custom cupcake banners from readygo…
these Teun pillows from bibelotte….


and this fantatstic playmobile market….love love love it!

Let me tell you a secret….I'm having a wonderful weekend ahead of me…walking through the parks and beachside of Singapore…oh boy am I looking forward to some relaxing time with my sons and Rik. But I will be back on Monday…beautiful new Mom Story and more Gift Guides and more … 🙂

irene xoxo



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  1. Bambola

    NICE idea for play whit my little Teo…. he adore playmobil we have lot of them so this could be a super plan for us 😉
    have a nice weekend

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