18 June 2015

Who is knocking at the door?

I couldn’t believe when I saw Flat S knocking at our door! I’m a big fan of Oliver+S and have sewed a lot of patterns already.
Kids were staring at her suspiciously; she was quite bigger than them. They wanted to take her everywhere and were fighting for her all the time (I had to hide her in my office, otherwise she won’t last until her next stop).
Flat S told us she was a little tired of so many touristic visits, plus she already knew Madrid. It was quite a relive I’m not a “touristic places” kind of person.

We throw her a party with all your friends; she had a lot of fun playing with so many kids. We made water wars in the garden, almost everyday since it’s my kids favourite game and the weather is really hot. 
My kids love to eat and their favourite plan is to go out for tapas. We took Flat S to our favourite tapas place, she loved the tortilla and the croquetas. 
Off course Teresinha had to be in some Oliver + S, so I choose the Picnic Tunic ;-)
Flat S was so happy she arrived just in time to met Fatima’s new baby. She couldn’t wait until they went home, so we went to the hospital to see little Jaime.
She was a little sad that Blanca (Fatima’s older daughter) wasn’t there, she was looking forward to meet her. She had seen so many pictures of her in Oliver + S clothes… Maybe next time

Francisco and Teresinha were so sad when, after the bed time story, I told them that Flat S was going away to spend some time with another family

It was a pleasure to have Flat S with us! She is more than welcome to come back anytime… Bye Bye Flat S I’m sure you will have a great time on your next stop! Have a safe trip!

3 comments:

  1. Que festa! Está o máximo... e quem é que não gosta de tapas e bebés?!? ;D

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  2. Rita - ficou super giro. Adorei!!
    Cá em casa, também adoramos tapas (infelizmente não temos jardim para as guerras de água, mas tenho a certeza que também seriam um sucesso!)
    Enhorabuena a Fatima! Jaime es precioso!!

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  3. Que amor o Jaime! Parabéns à Fatima! A reportagem está o máximo, super divertida!

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