Throwback Thursday: Our Italian Holiday!

I'm BACK! Long time no blog! What can I say, two recently turned 2 year old & one teething 5 month old plus no babysitter equals one busy mama! In fact, ever since we got back from Italy I've been focusing pretty much all of my attention on looking after the blogging, no vlogging - it's been quite full-on! Our babysitter finished up working with us right before we left for Sorrento so I have been up to my eyeballs in stinky nappies, toddler tantrums & a very HUNGRY little baby! Eduardo is going through some kind of crazy growth spurt/teething stage right now which means he is extremely clingy and not sleeping very much so I am exhausted and rarely get a moment to myself!

Anyway, I wanted to share some pictures from our recent holiday in Italy. The real purpose of the trip was to celebrate our 3 year wedding anniversary, where we took our annual family picture - how cool to finally have one with all four of us (even if it did take about 20192872727329657474 shots to get a decent one!!).  

Our first day. Taken with flash hence the squinty eyes!

Breakfast at our hotel

Emilia swimming in the sea with her daddy :)

My little princess

Sleeping prince!

She loved trying on my sunglasses!

Naptime in our hotel room! In other words, playtime!

One of Emilia's signature poses! "Cheese!"

While the kids are & dad go crazy! 

Our anniversary/last night in our hotel. They brought us a surprise chocolate cake & Emilia got to practise blowing out the candles for her upcoming birthday!

One of the many anniversary shots we took. It's crazy to think that in the photo we're holding, Eduardo was in my belly!! And I didn't even know he was a boy yet :)

Hope you enjoyed this long overdue blog post & some of our holiday snaps! I hope you're all doing well and I will (hopefully) be back very soon.



  1. I am just curious what hotel you guys stayed at?

  2. I was just wondering what hotel you guys stayed at? Thanks.


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