Charging the Batteries as a Family

Finnish has a few great words and one of them is “kalsaripäivä”, the “underpants day”. We had a couple of those during the holidays after Christmas, we just charged the batteries, and loved it: kids got out of their pj’s at noon, we read, kids watched children’s programmes, played a few board games and played with magic sand, ate some time something… in the midst of a full life, these days felt good!

Happy to notice kids have grown enough to make such days possible again. Highly recommended some times!

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2 comments

  1. That is very cute!!

  2. Love those kinds of days! And it’s a fantastic word 😀

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