This is part of a series I call Life with Mila. A collection of funny things my daughter used to say when she was growing up. I hope, one day, she will cherish these priceless childhood memories. Mila: “Papa…at what age can I have a credit card?” Steve: “31” Mila: “Really!? But Hayley has one and she is like 21” Steve: “Yeah but its 21 in New-Zealand. In France it’s a weird rule but it’s 31” Mila: “OK…”
This is part of a series I call Life with Mila. A collection of funny things my daughter used to say when she was growing up. I hope, one day, she will cherish these priceless childhood memories. Steve and I have been feeling low in energy these past few days… Me: “I’m drained” Steve: “So am I” Me: “Do you think we’re fighting something?” Mila: “I’m good!” Steve: “Yes a bug called Mila” Mila: “It’s the best bug in the world!!” (silence from both of us) She carries on…“Let’s go with that!” Mila wears a sweatshirt I got from Topshop a few years ago. Here are few of my favorite sweatshirts currently available.
Mila (11 years old) is off to her first school trip. To summarise how we both feel about this trip in a few words…She is excited, I’m not :-)
Imagine…your child makes a big mistake and she leaves you a letter of apology. How do you react!? Mila left us a heartfelt, apologising letter under our sheets which made me smile and one that I will treasure for years to come. I shared it to Steve and we both had the same reaction…going to Mila’s bedroom to reassure her. Her dad told her he was proud of her for being honest with us. I told her we loved her. Here is what it says: “I’m really sorry I can’t tell you this myself but I’m really worried by your reaction so I think it’s best you find out what happened that way. I put the iPad under the bed so to Lucas (our dog) wouldn’t walk on it and when I pulled it out, later on, it has this horrible big crack. I know you’re going to shout at me but I want you to know that I didn’t do anything and I’m really really sorry. I hope you will forgive me. I’m really worried and I …
How do you keep young forever? Here is the best tip you’ll ever read… Last night, Mila was hanging out in her tutu, wearing hardly anything while I was all wrapped up in her warm jumper. I asked her what was the occasion, her response cracked me up… “I like it! It’s to keep my youth” How about you? What are you doing to keep your youth? :-)) The CHILDHOOD Fine Art print is now available to order from my E-shop here. Follow me on Bloglovin’ or sign up to my E-news to be updated on new blog posts. SHOP THE NEW HUSH COLLECTION