A afternoon with recycled cashmere and Arie d'Opera.
Today has been quite rough, Dylan spent most of the afternoon crying. Then in pure desperation I tried to play one of the songs I used to wake him up when he was lying in my belly. And guess what, it worked! After teen seconds he stopped crying and after two minutes in he was sound asleep. So now I have a five week old baby who’s favorite song is from Arie d’Opera of Vivaldi. I don’t think my André is as trilled about this as I am after playing it constantly all afternoon.
On another note, look at this beautiful sweater I got the other day from Filippa K. And you will hopefully like it even more when I tell you that it’s made out of recycled cashmere.
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