It’s cherry blossom season again! Always a hit here at our house and feeling a little sentimental about it actually. Roughly about a year ago, I really started to give this blog some time and attention and the cherry blossoms at Bispebjerg were the subject of our very first Out + About post! So we’re back, almost exactly a year later…There’s been something sentimental about this spring in general. Both because of the “a year ago” hat that we can put on, now looking over how much our daughter has grown in the forest school system that we’ve documented here on the blog, but also, because we’re soon coming up on the end of things. At least, the end as it relates to our time here in Copenhagen.The months are flying back, and ironically, as the days are getting longer with more and more sunlight flooding the hours, they are also going by much faster. The month of April nearly flew by in the blink of an eye. So while we’re so happy to that spring is finally here (finally? although who knows, if you look closely at these pics you’ll be able to see it ended up snowing in most of them – how’s that for spring?), it has a slight tinge of bittersweet to it, as we’re starting to see the cycle of things for the last time, the beautiful cherry blossoms being among them.I know that our time in the US will be a whole new adventure for our daughter and she alternates between nerves and excitement for the great unknown. But until that unknown comes, we’ll be enjoying the seasons and rituals and treats that we’ve come to know in this great city!PS – Love cherry blossoms? We’ve become pros at finding them in Copenhagen – see the round-up of 4 great places to spot them in Copenhagen.
PPS – I mentioned in the iPad post that our tot loves the camera on it, but I neglected to mention that she’s learning her way around a real camera too! And yes, that is snow in my hair.