Hello, I am Kate from Moscow. I’ve been a mom for four months! I have got a daughter and everything is done for her now. I spent 12th of October in London with my family. We were invited by my sister Marianna. I wish that day to repeat over and over. But who photographs a bad day?
London is considered to be dull and rainy, but believe me Moscow is duller.
The baby is still sleep, she likes to beat me at night with her little legs
It’s already late. We change the diaper and dress first.
She became serious when noticed the cam.
She usually smiles in the morning.
With Matilda in my hands I manage to make the bed.
I photograph the Kitty and the elephant.
From the window of our bedroom we see how people work in the offices.
I am ready to go.
The baby will be playing with my mom while I…
…am washing Why do they have two taps? They always try to save on heating and hot water.
I clean in the room before breakfast.
I do some ironing.
My sister decided to make pancakes and asked me to go and buy some jam.
This is our backyard.
It’s our doorway.
Albert bar is almost lost in time. There is a park behind it, to the right is Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, the gothic church where monarchs marry and are crowned.
I was searching for keys in the pocket but found a rattle
Matilda is in my hands again.
Who doesn’t like pancakes?
People at the table asked not to show there photos here.
We are heading to the park.
My baby is so curious.
My sister always has some nuts.
We meet a friend.
The geese are begging for food.
Crowns are everywhere! Everything belongs to the queen! They even count queen’s swans each year!
The pelicans are not afraid at all.
I’d like to grab that neck and beak…)
Matilda does not understand what happens around
We are going to Big Ben, I take photos on the way. The sights are gorgeous! The history is so close.
Big Ben shows us time.
There are so many tourists here! And they all photograph something! It looks funny
It is beautiful and so huge! But don’t stand in the line for tickets. And we have a baby carriage with us. But they stop the wheel for the disabled people. It’s so comfortable here for everyone! Baby can be fed in any cafe.
The bridge is for trains and pedestrians.
I often look at the phone.
This is a cool tree at Waterloo Bridge.
I could not simply pass by)
We stared at this man a bit.
We are already tired. I want to get home and feed Matilda. We are going in the direction of St. Paul’s Cathedral.
I won’t show you breastfeeding and diapers, sorry))
Our sweet dinner today is dumplings with cherries.
In London we bathe the baby only 2-3 times a week.
Then I take a shower myself while mom and Matilda are going to bed.
And this is my night ritual. Sometimes I am lucky and my mom feeds Matilda at 7 a.m. while I am asleep.
I check the time during the night several times: the baby must be fed each three hours.