What is your prettiest childhood memory?


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Questions to think about...
I like to ask myself questions about things we don't always think about.

Do you often think back to your own childhood?
I catch myself that I've always done too little of this..
Now that I have children of my own, I also tell them how my parents did things and what, for example, our sleep rituals were when we were little.

This is the funniest and funniest thing of my childhood that my mother used to put me in bed, I did not agree with that and my father came up later.
I always managed to get him to read another story.. Basically, I was supposed to fall asleep, but instead my father fell asleep and I went down to my mother. Gosh, what did I keep them occupied that way?.
Now these are things we have to laugh very hard about when we talk about it or when my own kids do exactly the same thing..

What I have also been behind for a number of years is that my father never read a story, but always invented the stories with the pictures because he can't read quickly and it takes him far too long, hahahaha.

What is your most beautiful or fun memory?
 
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What are you sweet
How beautiful you are. and oh so cute. Milan and your brother Dylan, You make so many people happy. You make all grandmothers and grandmothers laugh again. So important right at this time. People look at you and I often see a smile appearing on people's faces. Dylan can be so delightfully crazy. And Milan's pacifier goes down quietly. Behind the teat sometimes appears a smile. What a wealth. #photography
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Snake tinkering with splash peas
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