10 iconic pictures to celebrate Mothers day

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In celebration of  mothers day and motherhood in general, here you have 10 of my favourite iconic mother / daughter pictures.

1. Jacqueline Kennedy and daughter.

2. Kate Moss and her daughter Lila Grace, shot by Mario Testino, 2011.

3. Jane Birkin and Lou Doillon, shot by Kate Barry.

4. Demi Moore and her daughter, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth, 1996.

5. Goldie Hawn and her daughter Kate.

6. Gwyneth Paltrow and her mother Blythe Banner.

7. Florence Owens Thompson (32-year-old mother of 7) shot by Dorothea Lange after Florence had sold her tent to provide food for her children. Oklahoma 1936.

8. Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne, shot by Lord Snowdon, 10 October 1957.

9. Beyonce and her daughter Blue Ivy.

10. Shirley MacLaine and her daughter Sachi Parker, shot by Allan Grant, 1959.

Happy mothers day.

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How becoming a mother has changed me

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Celebrating my daughter’s birthday, got me thinking about how becoming a mother changes people and lives.

Six years ago I became a mother for the first time. Before then I was a girlfriend, an editor-in-chief, a stiletto lover, a partygoer, a traveller, a good friend and a fashion enthusiast. Becoming a mother instantly changed me. From the moment I held my daughter for the first time, some of the things mentioned above didn’t matter anymore. Some things are still important to me, like being a good friend and a caring girlfriend, but more than anything being the best possible  mother to my kids and bringing them up to becoming thoughtful human beings is now the most important thing in my life.

 

Below is a list of 10 ways in which I have changed since becoming a mother:

– I care more about someone else’s wardrobe than my own. If someone had told me about this 7 years ago, I would have called them a crazy liar.

– I hate travelling alone. I used to travel alone all the time as part of my job and back then I would love to arrive to a new hotel room and have it all to myself. Now I get a stomach ache when I’m away from my family for more than a night or two, even though I know, that they’re having the time of their lives, doing all the things only their dad would allow them to do.

– I wear Birkenstock sandals instead of high heels. Before I got pregnant, flats were for Sunday brunch and very late work nights only. Now I don’t even own a pair of stilettos.

– I fear death. Not that i didn’t before, but I would never really think about it. I do now.

– I have learned to cook meatballs. Who would have thought.

– I no longer follow the fashion trends. Before becoming a mother, fashion was one of my biggest passions, and I loved to travel from Copenhagen to Milan or New York just to spent all my time watching models present the latest fashion collections on the runway. After becoming a mother, fashion became just a job, and I would be happy to stay away from Paris, New York, Chanel and Chloé if it meant I wouldn’t have to say goodbye to my daughters. I don’t even know what Chanel’s latest collection looks like, and to be honest, I don’t really care either.

– I don’t mind leaving my house without makeup.

– I appreciate my own company more than I did before. I love being with my children, but a bit of me-time makes me a calmer and nicer person.

– I have given up on some of dreams, but found some other ones along the way. My career used to be one of the most important things to me, and even though it still matter, right now it makes perfect sense putting it on stand by for some years and spend my time and energy with my kids instead.

 

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Fejringen af min ældste datters fødselsdag fik mig til at tænke over, hvordan det at blive mor, kan ændre personer og liv fuldstændigt.

 

For seks år siden blev jeg mor for første gang. Før det var jeg kæreste, Chefredaktør, stilet-elsker, festabe, rejsefreak, en god veninde og absolut mode enthusiast. Fra det øjeblik, hvor jeg første gang holdt min ældste datter i mine arme, var der nogle af de ovennævnte ting, der ikke længere betød noget som helst, og aldrig kom til det igen. Andre ting var stadig en del af mit liv, men i en mindre skala. For over alt, så er det nu det, at være en god mor og bringe mine døtre op til at blive gode mennesker der har betydning for mig.

Her er en lille liste over måder hvorpå jeg har forandre mig, efter jeg er blevet mor:

– Jeg tænker mere på mine børns garderobe end min egen. Hvis nogle havde fortalt mig at det ville blive sådan for syv år siden, havde jeg helt sikkert kaldt dem en løgner.

– Jeg hader at rejse alene. Der var engang, hvor jeg pga mit job hele tiden rejste afsted bare mig. Og jeg pleje af elske det. At have et helt hotelværelse bare mig, var lykken. Nu får jeg ondt i maven så snart jeg forlader mine børn i mere end en nat eller to.

– Jeg går rundt i Birkenstock sandaler dagen lang. Førend jeg blev gravid, var flade sko forbeholdt søndagsbrunchen og meget sene arbejdsaftner. Nu ejer jeg ikke længere et par stiletter.

– Jeg er blevet bange for at dø. Ikke, at jeg ikke var bange for det før, men det var bare ikke noget jeg tænkte over. Det gør jeg nu.

– Jeg har lært at lave frikadeller. Hvem skulle tro det ville komme dertil.

– Jeg følger ikke længere med i alle de nyeste mode tendenser. Førend jeg blev mor, var mode en af mine største passioner, og jeg rejste gerne halvt omkring jorden, for at se modeller gå ned af et podium iklædt alt det nyeste. Nu ved jeg ikke engang hvordan den seneste kollektion fra Chanel ser ud. Og helt ærligt, så er jeg også fuldkommen ligeglad.

– jeg har ikke længere problemer med at forlade huset uden makeup.

– Jeg sætter mere pris på de få minutter, jeg får lov at nyde i mit eget selskab. Jeg elsker at bruge tid med mine børn, men at have bare en time helt for mig selv her og der gør mig til et roligere og bedre menneske.

– Jeg har opgivet nogle drømme, men fundet nogle nye. Min karriere plejede at være det vigtigste overhovedet, og selvom det stadig er af stor betydning, føles det lige nu helt rigtigt at stille den lidt på lavt blus i nogle år, for istedet at kunne bruge min tid og energi med min familie.

 

Moving to New York – a 6 month status update

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Exactly half a year ago, we spent the first night in our new Brooklyn home. Before leaving Copenhagen I remember feeling anxious and excited. We spent several months thinking, talking and visiting what could become our new home. And then one day, we decided to stop talking and dreaming and make it a reality.

Six months in, I’d like to share a few thoughts about my new found reality of moving to New York as a family.

 

– Our life has slowed down; I get to spend much more time with my kids. The morning rush and stress of getting kids ready for school and nursery is non existent. Our pace of life has changed.

– We’re focussing on creating great memories and enjoying time together and much less on materialistic object. We have realized, that we can live without our designer furniture, huge wardrobe and creature comforts.

– We are more curious than before. We’re open to new ways to live life, enjoy our surroundings, simple pleasures like a great cup of coffee, a pretty flower amongst other things that we meet along the way.

– People are extremely polite and well mannered and my daughters have been influenced by this.

– We are more creative. In the US, homemade, home-grown and handmade outranks mass production. This makes me happy.

– We eat more kale.

– We have a bathtub. Back in Denmark we had a tiny shower. When you have kids, a bathtub changes bath time, it’s much more fun for kids and parents.

– My kids are experiencing incredible diversity and brand new culture, which I believe will make them more open minded and free thinking individuals.

– People are friendly. I like chit chat. I know the name of one store owners pet hamster.

– We miss our family and friends and our Christiania bike (but we are member’s of the same gym as Ethan Hawke)

Birthday presents for a six year old

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Next week my eldest daughter turns six. And while the realization of having such a big girl probably isn’t going to hit me until the night before, I have started preparing a bit for the party and picking out a few birthday presents. i have decided that this year it’s not going to be about quantity but about quality and personality.

For a long time, I have wanted to make Eleanor a birthday present that she can keep for years and maybe even pass onto her own child one day. But for the last few years I haven’t been able to find the time to realize my project. This year I finally did. It is going to be a personal present with a lot of love put into it, and hopefully she’ll like it just as much as I do. It’s a handmade rag doll with a small wardrobe of dresses, tops, skirts and accessories. The clothes are all kept in a timeless style inspired by some of my favorite designers like Raf Simons, Magareth Howell and Dries Van Noten (ok, that part she’s probably not going to care that much about, but it makes me enjoy making it even more).

Apart from the doll (I’ll show you more next week) I’m trying to find some presents which reflect Eleanor’s personalty and our life as a family. And I’m sure that some of these beautiful things will bring a lot of joy to my little girl, even though they might not be found on her hand written wish list.

 

1. House pillow / Camomile London  2. squirrel soft mask / Sara Lowes Studio  3. Flower press / Acorn shop 4. Necklace / Little Titlee  5. Swimsuit / Christina Rohde  6. Garden Kit / Acme 7. Play tent / Such Great Hights 8. Tool box / Acorn shop 9. Dress / Atsuyo et Akiko 10. kids apron / Odette Williams 

The simple joy of a few white flowers

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For two weeks now, Alma’s leg has been covered in a cast from the top of her thigh and all the way down to her little toes. She hardly ever complains about it. She adapted quickly and developed her own way of moving around our apartment, and whenever she wants to move a bit faster or get up on a bed or a couch, she will call out “ I can’t walk ” and someone will rush to her rescue.

But one thing she really misses is going to the playground or just running around outside and playing. Sitting in a baby swing is a possibility but it makes her realize that her ability to move around is restricted, and in the end it makes her upset.

After a few days with a lot of sun and high temperatures, last night the weather was that of swirling winds and rumbling thunder. Although Alma hated it and thought monsters were coming, it turned out to be the source of big joy today. Everywhere we walked, we found little white flowers that had fallen from the blossoming trees. We picked them all up and she saved them in her little hands. We then spent a long time sitting on our stoop in front of our house, playing with her new found treasure. The simple joy of 30 small white flowers.

 

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I to uger, har Almas ene ben været pakket ind i gips. Hun klager næsten ikke over det. Hun fandt hurtigt ud af sin egen måde at komme rundt i vores hjem siddende på hendes bagdel, og når hun synes det går for langsomt, eller hun gerne vil op i en seng eller en sofa kalder hun ” Jeg kan ikke gå ” og så kommer hjælpen for det meste hurtigt.

Men en ting som hun virkeligt savner er, at gå på legepladsen. Eller bare at løbe rundt udenfor. Hun kan godt sidde i en babygynge, men de gange vi har prøvet, har det blot fået hende til at indse, at hendes frihed til bevægelse er ret begrænset lige nu, og i sidste ende gør det hende blot ked af det.

Efter et par dage med sol og høje temperaturer var vores sidste nat fuld af susende vinde og larmende torden. Og selvom Alma absolut ikke kunne lide det, da det stod på, og var sikker på at et monster var kommet, var vinden alligevel med til en overraskende glæde idag. Over alt hvor vi gik fandt vi nemlig små klaser af faldne hvide blomster, fra de mange træer der lige nu står i fuldt flor i vores kvarter. Vi samlede de fineste op, og gemte dem i Almas hånd. Og inden vi gik ind for at sove lur, bruge vi en god rum tid udenfor på vores trappe, og legede med vores nyfundne skat. Den simple glæde ved at finde 30 små hvide blomster.

Spring clothes for the little kins

 

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Spring has finally arrived in New York, and the city is heating up faster than I’m used to in Denmark. Two weeks ago my daughter was still wearing her winter jacket to school (ok, maybe it was because she didn’t have anything else to wear) and now she is suddenly walking home in just a t-shirt or a short sleeved dress. We moved here in October and back then I didn’t have warmer weather on my mind, when I packed down my children’s wardrobe. That, and the fact that they have  both outgrown most of their spring clothes from last year means, that I’ll have to do a bit of spring clothes shopping for them both. Here you have some of my favorites for a basic kids spring wardrobe.

1. Cameo / Marmar Copenhagen 2. Shirt  / Marmar Copenhagen 3. Jumpsuit / Grey Label 4. Vest / Bobo Chooses 5. Sneakers / Adidas 6. Dress / Pierrot La Lune 7. Scarf /  Atsuyo et Akiko 8. Baggy jeans / Zara 9. Pants / Marmar Copenhagen 10. Cardigan / FUB  11. Shoes / Angulus

White dress from GAP 

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Foråret er endelig ankommet til New York, og pludselig bliver byen varm med et tempo som jeg slet ikke er vant til fra København. For to uger siden, gik min datter stadig til skole i vinterjakke (ok, måske var det fordi hun ikke havde andet at tage på) og nu er hun kun i en t-shirt eller en kortærmet kjole når vi går hjem om eftermiddagen. Vi flyttede herover i Oktober, og på det tidspunkt havde jeg ikke varme dage og bare tæer i tankerne, og det var derfor primært vintertøj der kom med. Derfor, og så det faktum at begge mine piger er vokset helt vildt gør, at jeg bliver nødt til at investere i lidt nyt forårstøj til dem begge. Her er mine favoritter til en simple forårsgarderobe til børnene.

1. Cameo / Marmar Copenhagen 2. Skjorte  / Marmar Copenhagen 3. Heldragt / Grey Label 4. Vest / Bobo Chooses 5. Sneakers / Adidas 6. Kjole / Pierrot La Lune 7. Tørklæde /  Atsuyo et Akiko 8. Baggy jeans / Zara 9. Bukser / Marmar Copenhagen 10. Cardigan / FUB  11. Shoes / Angulus

 

 

Native American inspired kids clothing

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 After our Native American theme day the other day (read about it right here),  I couldn’t help to notice some of the beautiful kid’s  clothes that could easily have been inspired by a Native American theme. I know for sure that my kids would love to play in the cool tipi from the Spanish company Nobodinoz (if you don’t all ready know them, go check them out. They do amazing stuff), eat their dinner from the cute bear plate and run around in the beautiful stripy dress from the Danish brand Pierrot La Lune.

1. Bag / Zara 2. Woolf drawing /  Etsy 4. Moccasins / Hubble and Duke 5. Skirt / Nobodinoz 6. Poncho / Zara 7. Fringe dress / Zara 8. Tipi pillow / OyOy 9. Bag / Louis Louise 10. Tipi / Nobodinoz 11. Headband / Frou Frou 12. Dress / Zara 13. Moccasins / Hubble and Duke 14. Plate / Donna Wilson 15. Belt / MarMar Copenhagen 16. Dress / Pierrot La Lune

 

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Efter vores Indianer temadag den anden dag ( læse om den lige her ), er jeg konstant stødt ind i de fineste børneting, der let kunne være designet med lidt indianer-inspiration i tankerne. Jeg ved i hverfald at mine børn, ville elske at lege i denne fine tipi fra det spanske mærke Nobodinoz ( hvis du ikke allerede kender dem, så kig forbi deres hjemmeside, de laver de skønneste ting), spise deres aftensmad fra den søde bjørne tallerken og rende rundt i den smukkeste stribede kjole fra danske Pierrot La Lune.

1. Taske / Zara 2. Ulve tegning /  Etsy 4. Mokkasiner / Hubble and Duke 5. Nederdel / Nobodinoz 6. Poncho / Zara 7. Frynsekjole / Zara 8. Tipi pude / OyOy 9. Taske / Louis Louise 10. Tipi / Nobodinoz 11. Hårbånd / Frou Frou 12. Kjole / Zara 13. Mokkasiner / Hubble and Duke 14. Tallerken / Donna Wilson 15. Bælte / MarMar Copenhagen 16. Kjole / Pierrot La Lune

Native Americans and delicious pancakes

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It’s spring break, and my kids and I had planned to spend the whole week exploring the city and nearby parks. But then my toddler broke her leg, and after spending two days visiting doctors and hospitals we are now stuck with doing indoor activities. My eldest child loves coming up with fun theme days, and today she chose Native Americans as our theme. We started out by making feather headbands and pearl bracelets on a small loom. We then eat pancakes and corn and finished the day of watching Pocahontas.

I love this pancake recipe. They’re not too sweet, and taste delicious served with fruit or maple syrup.

 

225 grams plain flour 

tablespoon baking powder 

1 small pinch of salt 

tablespoon sugar

2 eggs 

30 grams of melted butter 

330 ml milk 

butter for frying

 

Mix up all the ingredients, stir well and bake the pancakes one by one on a medium warm pan and serve the warm with your choice of topping.

 

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Vi holder påskeferie, min ældste datter har fri fra skole og vores planer var egentlig at vi skulle bruge hele ugen på at gå på opdagelse i byen og udforske et par nærliggende parker og Brooklyn botaniske have. Men så gik min yngste datter hen, og brækkede benet og efter vi brugte de to første af ugens dage hos diverse læger og på hospitalet, er nu vi tvunget til at bruge det meste af vores tid på diverse indendørs aktiviteter. Og for at alle dage ikke skal blive ens, har vi besluttet at gøre nogle af dem til temadage, og Eleanor har besluttet at idag skal være indianer dag.

Vi startede med at lave fjer hårbånd og vævede perlearmbånd. Så stod den på tykke pandekager og tilsidst sluttede vi af med at se Pocahontas (der i år er 20 år gammel ).

Jeg plejer at bruge denne opskrift når jeg laver pandekager. De er ikke for søde og kan derfor både spises med frugt og ahorn syrup.

 

225 gram mel 

1 spiseskefuld bagepulver

1 knivspids salt 

1 spiseskefuld sukker

2 æg

30 gram smeltet smør

330 ml mælk

smør til at stege i

 

Rør alle ingredienser godt sammen, og bag de små, tykke pandekager på en pande over medium varme. Vend pandekagen når overfladen begynder at boble godt, og hold godt øje med, at de ikke tager for meget farve. Er du til et lille tvist kan du komme friske eller frosne bær i dejen. Idag brugte vi blåbær.

Server dem varme med de foretrukne topping.

 

 

 

Cookies for kids

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When I’m baking with kids I like to get all ingredients ready and measured out, so they can just pour it all in the bowl and stir. Watch out for small sneaky fingers though,  sometimes ingredients can disappear in the most mysterious way. (in this case all our dries raspberries happened to disappear before we ever got to use them) 

Here is my recipe. It is very simple, and you can easily add spices, chocolate, nuts, dried fruit or berries or fruit juice to make your own version.

11.4 oz flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

4 oz soft butter

8 oz sugar

1 large egg

30 freeze dried raspberries

1 tablespoon of acorn syrup

Icing:

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Mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Use your hands to bring it all together and put it in the fridge for 5 – 10 minutes. Roll out the dough and make it into whatever shape you wish. Bake the cookies in the oven 360 F for about 6 minutes. Make sure they don’t get to dark. Let them cool down and decorate with your favorite icing. Let the icing dry (it can take a while if you end up using a thick layer). Serve, eat and enjoy.

 

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Mens vi stadig boede i Danmark startede mine døtre og jeg en hyggelig tradition med, at lave tema småkager til hver eneste hellidag eller ferie. Og selvfølgelig kalder påske på kager formede som kaniner og påskeæg og pyntede i fine farver. I denne omgang bagte vi kagerne sammen, men da de skulle bruges til en lille overraskelses påskefest, stod jeg for at dekorere og pynte.

Når jeg bager med mine børn, kan jeg godt lide, at starte med at måle alting ud, og så tage alle ingredienser med hen til spisebordet. Så kan børnene sidde på knæ på deres stole og dermed bedre komme til at hælde og røre. Pas dog på med listige fingere, og skåle fyldt med lækre ingredienser. Vores skål med de tørrede hindbær måtte fyldes op mere end en gang.

 

Her er opskriften. Den er simpel, og kan let tilføjes hakket chokolade, nødder, tørrede frugt eller bær efter smag.

 

325 g hvedemel

1 tsk. bagepulver

115 g blødt smør

225 g sukker

1 stort æg

30 frysedetørrede hindbær

Glasur:

250 gram sigtet flormelis

frugtfarve

Evt 2 spsk pasturiseret æggehvide

 

Miks alle ingredienser i en skål med dine (eller dine børns) hænder. Er dejen meget klisteret, så lad den stå i køleskabet  i 5 – 10 minutter. Rul dejen flad og stik den ud med forme eller et glas. Bag kagerne i ca 6 minutter ved 180 grader varmluft. Pas på de ikke tager for meget farve. Lad kagerne køle ned, dekorer dem med glasur. Det gøres lettest med små plastikflasker med en lille tud eller lignende og lad så glasuren tørre. Server, spis, nyd og hyg.

Easter mornings and bunny rabbits

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1. Mobile / Greenberry Kids 2. Poster / Mini Willa 3. Bag / Roxy Marj 4. Bib / Oeuf Nyc 5. Romper / Stella McCartney 6. Jumpsuit / Gap 7. Hook / Ferm Living 8. Rabbits / Acorn shop 9. Bunny / Yume 10. Shoes / Pom D’api 11. Pyjamas / Gap 12. Hoodie / Oeuf Nyc 13. Tank top / Oeuf Nyc 14. Lamp / Miffy

A few days back we said our goodbyes to the month of March. Today is the first day of spring break and I’m going a little easter crazy with a cute selection of my favorite easter bunny items. Easter morning is going to be spent hanging out with bunny rabbits, drinking coffee in bed and waiting for good friends to arrive. Nothing better than slow days spend with my family (and cute kids dressed up in rabbit ears).

 

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For et par dage siden sagde vi farvel til marts og er det så første dag af påskeferien her i New York. Og siden begge mine børn er vilde med kaniner (bare i den lille bamsesamling vi har her, er der 6 styk) står den på bunny rabbits her på bloggen. Vores Påske morgener skal vi bruge på at lege med påskekaniner, drikke kaffe i sengen og vente på gode venners besøg. Der er ikke noget bedre, end langsomme dage spenderet med min familie (og nuttede børn klædt ud i kaninører).