Lazy day morning ritual exception

It’s Swedish holiday time and normally on Saturdays we throw the oat meal porridge out the window and dive into a yummy feast.

At exactly 08.30 the chocolate croissants are freshly baked and hot in the nearest store. If you come 20 minutes later the first batch are already sold.
We can’t have that – can we?

We combine the chocolate with drinking yogurt, straws and some tellie. I always do butter and cheese on mine. Lovely.
Read this post from excellent Mr Cramby about how to make your own -Nutella. He writes  – google translated: “Having the hazelnut chocolate sandwich feels for us porridge-eating northerners totally depraved, a bit like sprinkling cocaine on his breakfast cereal.”
With my Belgian roots I had a bit more liberal upbringing in the chocolate department but overall in Sweden it’s like that.

It’s also computer game time. Oh – how I love just hanging at home without a plan.

Have a great day and weekend!

xxx Isabelle


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May 18, 2012 at 11:02

Looks lovely. Looking forward to a Saturday without plans too.
Have a great weekend!

Melissa@Julia’s Bookbag
May 18, 2012 at 20:15

Hi Isabelle! Hi Jenny!

I just now discovered the AWESOME that is your blog, a few days ago after you were featured on Design Mom. OH HOW I LOVE IT. I’ve been having the greatest time here, looking through past posts.

Question: Are Moomins big where you are? Moomins are not as popular in America as they seem to be in Europe. I LOVE MOOMINS. I had read that there was a movie that was made a couple years ago, I think it was ‘Comet in Moominland’ — anyway, I can’t find out any info about a U.S. release date. Have you heard about this movie or know any information about it?? I would love to have it on video!

Your new friend, Melissa :)

May 27, 2012 at 01:45

I really love the pics!! your kids are awesome!! Kisses!!