Children of the Tribe Interview

Children of the Tribe Sonny Lou
Children of the Tribe, det fina Australienska 
barnklädesmärket som jag älskar
har gjort en intervju med mig på deras blogg.
Ni kan läsa en del av intervjun här och resten här.

WHO IS IN YOUR TRIBE?

Me, my partner Joncha and our son Sonny Lou, 4.
 

TELL US ABOUT YOUR RECENT TRIP TO ITALY. THAT HOUSE LOOKED LIKE SOMETHING OUT OF A MOVIE!

We travelled to Tuscany in May with my parents, my sisters, their boyfriends and me and Sonny Lou to celebrate my Dad’s birthday. Unfortunately, Joncha had to stay home to work.
We found the most amazing house on Airbnb in the small village of Nugola Vecchia. We all fell in love with it and spent lots of time there and it really felt we were in a movie.
We rented a mini bus so we did some trips to places like Lucca, Florence, some vineyards and small villages. Tuscany is so beautiful with its silvery olive groves, ancient medieval villages and green hills so it’s perfect for road trips. There’s so much to see and discover.
 

CAN YOU SHARE ONE SPECIAL MEMORY FROM YOUR TRIP?

One evening we baked homemade pizza in the old stone oven in the yard; everyone helped. Then we ate the best pizza I’ve ever had and drank pink Prosecco under the stars surrounded by hundreds of fireflies, which made the evening magic. Sonny Lou fell asleep on a daybed next to us on the outside terrace. I just remembered the times when my sisters and I were young and fell asleep to the sound of the music and buzz from our parents’ dinners and parties and how safe and nice it was. The whole evening was like a scene from my favorite movie, Stealing Beauty.
 

WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT TRAVELLING WITH YOUR SON?

It’s to be able to focus 100 per cent on him. To be together without the stress of work that has to be done and e-mails that have to be answered. We always get so much closer each other those times and I feel that he grows a lot with all the new experiences and expressions.

 

Toscany 

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