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68 weeks ago

Garmisch P A. Riley

I've been arranging and rearranging Clover's wardrobe since her early days in my belly. It's been a something I've loved doing but never felt like it was complete. Overtime I've learnt that it's actually okay to keep changing my mind. Whether it be how I do her laundry to where each of her (and my) garments live. In fact knowing that nothing has to be permanent makes it a lot less stressful and way more fun.

Today made me realise how much I miss simplifying, arranging and organising. I think I've been so caught up in selling goods that we don't want that I've forgotten just how much I wanted to simplify everything.

I started documenting my simplifying journey 68 weeks ago. But I've been doing it for many years, it's what I did for fun (or when I was bored, angry, upset, recharging, excited and so much more). I'm addicted to clutter free space and order. It's who I am and I can't wait to get back into it.


Interior design

Garmisch P A. Riley

I went to Sir Charles again today and it reignited that spark in me about wanting to fit out houses. Perhaps that's why I love airbnb so much. It's got me thinking once again about what passions lie within me that have been resting dormant. There's something about travelling that really gets my mind and body rest and gives me the chance to really listen.



Garmisch P A. Riley

I was reading the book I found at my parents place as Clover read hers. As I turned the page, Clover sat up and quickly scuttled towards me. Paper is her latest must have object. I took the opportunity to read it out loud to her but she just wanted to turn the pages.

So I found a gorgeous KL sketchbook and started to read it out loud as she turned the pages. The drawings were phenomenal and the hand written anecdotes makes it the perfect picture book. Clover loved the feel of the pages and staying true to her name the first picture she reached/scratched was a coffee shop.

It got me thinking about baby books and just how important tactile elements are. Clover has a soft book that makes noises and I recently introduced a small hard book. I know she'll master opening the little book but I do wonder if there are any other options. And so now I smell a project brewing ;)


Unravelling 2015

Garmisch P A. Riley

Today I started my Susannah Conway's Unravelling 2015. I made myself a cup of tea, went up to the office, opened the French doors and just as I took photos of my set up Clover woke up. Normally I would be a bit bummed about not even getting started but one of the instructions in the booklet says to "let go of expectations" and so I did.

I got Clover, placed her on my lap, retook my photos and asI started writing, she wanted a feed. So I did. When she finished, I put her by my side to play as I wrote down my most my most memorable day of 2014.

Bringing her into the world with Tim was hands down my favourite day, moment and occasion for 2014. I can remember everything and as I replay it in my head, I can't help but smile and giggle at just how truly beautiful it was.


Me' Bank

Garmisch P A. Riley

My little sister is cleaning out her room and has uncovered a bunch of lovely childhood memories. I remember our school holidays were filled with small businesses, made up games, holiday school, science club, detective kits, my very own bank and much more. Growing up we learnt how to type, design and print. Creativity rocks.



Garmisch P A. Riley

Had an impromptu dinner with my folks and little sister last night and I got to choose where to go. First sashimi since pre baby, it was yummy.


Before anything hits the fan

Garmisch P A. Riley

It's been an exhausting and challenging week. Between the excitement of introducing solids, to the prospect of Clover's tooth finally cutting instead of being just under gums, to the sudden confusion of cloth nappies mixed with no sleep, a funny belly and feeling like people have let me down I'm teetering on the edge.

So today, despite needing to be home between 1-3 for a delivery at 12 I dressed Clover up in winter clothes and we went into the City. We met Tim, had lunch and hopped back onto the bus.

It was a nice break for sure albeit tiring it was definitely necessary. I love living so close to the City, being able to call on Tim and soaking in the sun as we eat jaffles is pretty sweet.


Raspberry tea

Garmisch P A. Riley

I grew quite fond of raspberry tea towards the end of my pregnancy so when I ordered it today I'm not sure why I was surprised to see just how red the raspberry was.