p.s. and Happy Mother's Day of course! xo
Hello Isa :)Your new place looks very nice...and your little treasure is just adorable.Kisses,Katarina
Oh she is so very beautiful. Happy Mother's Day to you. x
That is such a beautiful name!Beautiful!
Ahhh, she does have a name. Yeah! I like it. I always thought Cecilia is a pretty cool name, and Cecilie is pretty much the same. Nice. And I can only agree with your comment about a new baby...which means I better go and not think about that too much.
Hi Isa,And congradulations on your new cosy nest here! Looks lovely already! No wonder when you've got such cute feet and hands and face to show off!I will definitely be following the stories of your lovely famiy ;-)Take care, enjoy your family and springtimewith best wishes from the Alps
What a wonderful name! Congrats to your new blog, are you closing the old one down completely?
ohhhhhhh.... at least all mothers' hearts are melting :)and so true, your "if only i could..."!congratulations once more!
thank you :)lilla a, I am not sure yet what I'll do with the old blog. I am trying to export some of my old posts to this blog (maybe the posts of the last 6 months). I think I'll keep Blueberry Fields open for at least a while. I can't part with it completely yet. :)And sorry I haven't replied to comments (and e-mails) lately. I'll play catch-up today!
lovely lovely and just perfect name for her! happy mother's Day to you wonderful mother!
Beautiful name, honestly. I especially like the second one. Ich nehme mal an ihr sprecht es französchisch aus, oder? Ist wahrscheinlich eins der nur 5 Wörter, die ich aus unseren 2 Jahren Französisch behalten habe: die Sonne. Das ist wirklich passend. Mit eurer kleinen Sonne ist auch der Frühling ins Land gezogen :). Interesting blogname by the way.
NH, yes, Soleil is pretty fitting, isn't it? J came up with it, impressive! :)And for the record: She is still "Sisie." That's her nickname for "Cecilie" (pronounced Ce-ci-lee, not "Zäzilje"). :)
I like your new blog! And the name is just perfect..the first one I kind of knew and the second one fits perfectly to here Finland. We need more sun :)
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what a lovely name! i also love "sisie" so i'm happy you managed to keep it, too. :D
lovely lovely! the name is absolutely beautiful. and I love the pics, again :) happy mother's day! and congratulations to J for too... ;)
Heli, I would have just named her "Sisie" but that was a no-no for J. "She's going to get old one day" was his argument. :DSara, thanks. ;)
Alles Gute zum Muttertag auch für Dich und der Name ist echt schön auch nett, wie du die Aussprache beschrieben hast. Ganz nette Fotos sind das ;)
I love, love, LOVE her name! An English variant, Cecily, (same pronunciation, right?) has long been one of my favorites, partly because it harkens back to St. Cecilia, and partly because it's just so very pretty. And with Soleil... charming, meaningful... I love it!But of course she would still be gorgeous even if her name weren't. Nice work!
Congratulations. Only yesterday I tried to explain to someone the mind-blowing smell of newborns and they looked at me in disbelieve.Well, you and I know.
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