CE AM ALES PENTRU BAIA LUI BEBE
I hope your spring had a great start. Mine sure…
This year (or better said, last year), we spent the winter holiday in Wien. We already experienced one flight to Timisoara last summer, we knew how it’s going to be, so we bought the plane tickets.
We didn’t make too many visiting plans because we realised that it’s not just the two of us anymore. But, everything turned out pretty good. Seems that baby Luca loves long walks and he managed to get his day naps in the stroller or baby carrier.
It’s true that we didn’t go wild with a romantic dinner, because the evenings were reserved for Luca’s bath and sleep, but we did enjoy a glass of wine and Netflix after he was asleep.
With his food it was simple, because we always had baby food, fruits and biscuits with us in case he’s hungry and we’re not at the restaurant at that time. Anyway we tried to match our meal times with his so he could eat from what we ordered.
The weather was perfect! They had unusual temperatures for December, we even had some beautiful sunny days with 10 degrees temperature! Who would’ve thought?
I was amazed once again by how organised this city is, especially for mothers and children. The last time I visited, I didn’t noticed these things as much as I did now. It is so nice to enjoy these little things such as special places rezerved for strollers in public transportation, reserved seats for mother & child which are actually empty and so much more. It feels that the city is built to meet everybody’s needs. And as a mother with a baby it seems that everybody wants to make things easier for you.
Yes, these might seem simple and obvious things but in Bucharest walking around town with a stroller is an adventure. Not to mention taking public transportation. But let’s not loose hope, maybe things will change here too someday!
Back to our holiday, I’m really starting to enjoy more and more there holidays as three! I admit, it can be tiring, especially when you enjoy a glass of wine after the baby’s asleep and then he wakes you up everyday at 8:00 am. But I wouldn’t see our holidays any other way.