some things I liked last week…


This little man in a matchbox, a cockroach and Annie M.G. Schmidt….


this DIY sky-line rug…                                                              

Growbooks  Kietje Lajkabooks1


these amazing products from GrowBooks


this book: Erik & Nipper Investigate from Lajkabooks


seeing Kiet's former nursery over at Ohdeedoh

Have a wonderful weekend, enjoy your family! irene xx

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  1. Hagar

    Dear Irene, thank you for posting about my little man…:-)Have a wonderful weekend

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