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Photos from a saturday.

He´s still totally immersed by Lego Starwars, the Rebulic attac cruiser in particular.
Watching these You tube films when kids are talking about their lego, explaning
and rating, over and over again. He knows many of the dialogs by heart now, and
reading them to me afterwards. Saying things like "You get these sweet looking
engines, four on each side", in perfect english. And then (in swedish) "Mum, what
is sweet looking engines?"




Adam Burton.







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37 comments:

Bridget said...

That's quite possibly the cutest thing I ever heard. And I guarantee his English is better than my Swedish. :)

brightandblithe said...

I love that cannister...such cute tiny succulents.

Enia Is (Almost) Here said...

awww 'sweet looking engines'... cute kid ;)

p.s. wonderful photos!

o l y said...

wooo, so many new pictures for today's post, make me happy, woolala

good night night dear dunker family

:)

Julia said...

Tusan så fint ni har det! Ha en skön kväll. :)

julia said...

i love your post!!!!

la casita said...

He will be come a collector for sure...not necessarily of Lego though... it's in his genes!
Your home is so full of light...all is lovely :)
have a relaxed sunday!

gina said...

Beautiful and ssweeet!

Minna said...

I love the Kakao ögönen poster. Olle Eksell is genius...

A Day That is Dessert said...

I love everything about this :) and I see our households have some similarities. I just took this for your son: http://www.flickr.com/photos/a_day_that_is_dessert/4259633799/

Happy weekend to you and your family.

Vanessa said...

lol, awesome.

gini said...

bonjour from paris! ELisabeth! hope you're well! it's so cold here too! snowing...
im loving your photos..it keeps me warm...
talk soon
gini !-)

denitsa said...

the black eyes on your wall reminded me very much of the logos of an emblematic Bulgarian logo designer
Stefan Kanchev:
http://stefankanchev.com/en/default.html

Love your dreamy son...:)

FINA FANTASI said...

Vilken fin burk!

Anonymous said...

Hej! Blir lite nyfiken på teknikaliteterna bakom dina superfina bilder. Vad fotar du med? Vilka objektiv använder du mest?

Linda

nath said...

all is indeed lovely chez Dunker. your home radiates calm and beauty. lovely light. and details. all adds up to make me happy. thank you as ever.

X

Fine Little Day said...

A Day That is Dessert, wonderful Star Wars is universal.

Tack Linda, det jag använder mest är en Canon Eos 5D 24-70 mm 2,8.

marie said...

ha! lego i remember that!
kids can become obsessed by the strangest things :)

Hannah Sadie said...

lovely photos! what a cute kid :)

Jodi Anderson said...

Photos of your home always make me feel very happy and inspired. You have a beautiful space.

cerealjoe said...

Ah. Lego. Reminds me of my youth, I'm quite glad to see that it's still as much awesome today as it was back then.

C.T. said...

Hahaha....sooo sweet!! :-))

wsake said...

what a pretty box!

Leililaloo said...

It's so wonderful to see children have in own worlds growing up. And it's so great he shares it with you. I hope my three year old son does that when the time comes, and i am sooooo curious what world it will be.

when skies are grey said...

Such a cute story about Otto :)
And of course, always nice to see glimpses of your home.

Jenea said...

Very awesome Lego's work!!!

christel said...

It's all so quiet ! I love the jar ! Just wonderful

Dina said...

adorable cannister!

ida said...

väldigt fint alltihop.

Anna Higgie said...

this post is what blogging is all about. a beautifully crafted, intimate, delicately communicated snapshot of your life...
ps. your son is adorable

Inka said...

He's so sweet! And I just love your pictures.

Jessica said...

Can I ask where you got the dresser for your son? Thank you!

Fine Little Day said...

Jessica, it is called "Malm", from Ikea.

jothompson said...

this makes me smile, my son too is obsessed with lego starwars, and transformers, he is constantly quoting from the movies and doesn't really know what he is saying !
Jo x

H.M. said...

What a sweet boy you have. And I like that tin, too ;)

Jessica said...

Malm dresser, yay, I was hoping so. Thank you!

iisenkram said...

You blog is so inspiring; I really feel see the scandinavian breeze in your photos & projects :)