We’ll be in Turkey for Easter and I have started to so some planning for a family trip in the South East, near the border with Syria. Not a child-friendly destination at first sight, but I am convinced that we can make it work for the whole family…more on that later.
I particularly like those Easter eggs from Laikonik. The artist Kasia Jacquot lives in Australia and is passionate about all things from the Polish folk art world. She also illustrates some very sweet Easter cards, which might be a better idea if you don’t want to risk breaking your Ostrich egg. All her eggs are hand-painted individually using mixed media. They come in a gift box and are signed by the artist.
Ps: For a journey through time, also from Laikonik, I have a once-a-year book for each of my children. It’s a beautiful way to record, year after year, the story of each year of their life. I’ll give it to each of them when they turn 18, at which point I will cry so much because they will have grown so fast. But luckily we’re not there yet!