17 Jul 2014


These past 9 months flew by so fast, it's unbelievable. I have to soak in these moments, the beginning already seems like a distant past. I'm writing it in the past tense cause I'm ready, I am so ready I could have this baby today. She's a little stubborn though. I know it's super cozy in mama's belly but I've been trying to convince her it's going to be twice as much fun outside. The hospital bags are packed, the nursery is ready (photos coming very soon, there is just one tiny human missing), heck, I'm even excited for the labour, ha!. So, we really, really hope the lady will join us sometime next week. Worried that we may not have enough time we had a little photo shoot yesterday. Kamil did a great job (as usual) and I think the pics turned out great, I love them. 
And by the way dear girl friends/moms, do you have any suggestions how make hospital stay much better? I'm talking about little things that make it more comfy. If you do, I'd be grateful if you shared this secret. 

12 Jul 2014

What's for dinner - Pasta shells with ricotta cheese and bacon

A while ago we've teamed up with Termisil, a company which makes heat resistant glass kitchenware. We've been cooking and photographing various recipes every now and then which is kind of cool, plus it's a great motivation to actually make something more fancy than another soup or boring pasta for dinner. I haven't been the brightest cook recently (i blame the pregnancy of course) but Kamil's been a huge help and I don't know what I'd do without him. Not only does he take all the pictures (obviously) but he does half the cooking, too. 

Anyway, here's one of the recipes from last week. It turned out really delicious and it's rather hard to satisfy my taste buds these days. 

What you need:

20 pasta shells
250gr ricotta cheese
50 gr grated mozzarella
10gr bacon slices
big bunch of fresh basil 
tomato passata
salt & pepper
dry or fresh oregano
olive oil
100gr cherry tomatoes

What to do:

Cook pasta until it's al dente
Preheat the oven to 190C
Fry the bacon until golden and crispy and cut into small pieces
Mix together both cheeses, bacon and chopped basil, season to taste 
Pour the passata into a heat proof dish and sprinkle with olive oil and oregano
Stuff the pre-cooked shells with the cheese filling and place in the dish.
Cover with some more grated mozzarella and cherry tomatoes cut in half.
Bake for 25mins
Serve with fresh basil leaves. 


30 Jun 2014

Weekend in pictures

This weekend we went on a very much needed trip away from the city. Not only because we haven't been anywhere in a long time but also because next time we travel there will be one more tiny human on board. And believe me...we can't wait. As much as I love being pregnant I'm so anxious to meet this baby girl, we both are. I have 4 more weeks to go but I kind of hope she'll join us outside a bit earlier. Also, I would be a huge liar if I said the last month was a piece of cake. It definitely is NOT. I feel constant fatigue and pain and I can't find a comfortable position to sleep. Actually, sleep is something I hardly experience these days. I can't sit for long and walking doesn't bring any comfort either. Having trouble getting pregnant made me look at it differently, that's for sure, but being able to experience this miracle doesn't mean I don't get to complain at least a bit, right? :) Of course, I don't only complain. I love this baby so much already that even those painful kicks on my ribs seem like pleasure. 

Anyway, we did some pre-labour stretching while in Czorsztyn. Kamil has been supporting me from day one, he's so great. 

We spent the weekend with these crazies. They're always so much fun to be with.

And the stretching continued.

Grochowa (pea soup) and młode ziemniaki (new potatoes) with dill, what else can you ask for.

And something we've been having almost everyday lately, joghurt with fruit, fruit mousse, bran, popping amaranth, nuts and cranberries. 

And one more pic of the baby bump, taken last weekend. Oh, how I miss those days when I could actually go for a walk. 

16 Jun 2014

Strawberry lemonade, tiny family photo shoot and some random pics.

I hope everyone's weekend was blissfull, although the weather didn't really spoil us over here. We spent a rather mellow weekend, not doing much apart from cooking, listening to music, crafting etc. This past few weeks we've actually been doing all sorts of crazy stuff (believe me, if you're this pregnant going for a walk seems like climbing mt everest). Kamil has been swamped with work lately so I have more time to focus on making more bits and pieces for the baby girl. There are some new toys, a new curtain that's waiting to be hanged, oh! and I sorted the baby clothes for the hundredth time. There was sorting by colour, by size, by kind, this time it was by cuteness. 

Yesterday we celebrated Kamil's dad, it was his b-day and we spent it mostly in the garden. I made this super delicious strawberry lemonade and we just had to take a few pics.

In case you're interested, the ingredients are:

200gr strawberries
2 lemons
2 tbsp brown sugar
sparkling or still water
ice cubes

Blend the strawberried with the juice of 2 lemons and sugar. Pour into a jug and fill to the top with water, add some mint and ice cubes if it's super hot.


We really need more pictures of the three of us or soon the four of us.

I forgot how nice it is in the city centre.

We have this window on the kitchen wall and every time I cook Ginger does this. She thinks it's a shop and I'm the shop assistant. 

The power of healing paws.

Trying on some baby stuff.

These two! Their cuteness is just killing me. 

I love this view. I know I'll miss it when it's gone. 

And how was your weekend?

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