Pictures hunting in Malta

Pictures hunting in Malta

  

Our trip to  Malta was full of strong emotions.  It was first time for Little L to travel by plane, which was not as bad as I have worried.  In Malta his first two teeth came out and that was connected with A LOT of crying. We did not have even one meal where Bart and me would sit at the table at the same time. There always had to be one of us walking around with the pushchair trying to calm him down. I was feeling sorry for our room neighbours, as I can still very well remember how I did not have much understanding with babies crying in my “before Little L life”.

But there were also fun times, short moments when Little man forgot his teeth were growing. Moments of shock when he found himself surrounded by unimaginable amount of water in the swimming pool, which made an impression on him for 15 minutes and than he reminded himself those two teeth in his mouth and forgot the rest. Moments when he was overwhelmed by palm trees moving in wind, kids playing in swimming pool, or his newly acquired ability to sit by himself .

There were also couple of uninterrupted minutes when he fell asleep outside either in pushchair or in carrier, whichever he preferred :). And in those treasured priceless minutes of quiet we were hunting for the light and photos with Mr.B. Light in Malta was amazing and the place itself was quite a surprise. I’ve experienced loads of very powerful flashbacks while walking around. I felt as if I was in Tunisia, France, Italy, Israel, England at times even in Japan. Loads of amazing old shop signs, abandoned houses, mixed architecture, nice beaches, impressive buildings with touch of great details and everything within 20 minutes drive. It definitely is a place worth to go back and explore more.

I think Little L changed me in a massive way, I become partly a new person and there is no turning back to who I was before. I became much more emotional, I treasure  our love with  Mr.B and life we have together much more, I value every day events more and I cry way to often :). I cried a river when Mr.B left from Malta after one week. I cried a lot when there was small boy with two teeth sitting next to me in the airplane on the way back and I realised how much two weeks mean in Little L’s life, I cried when I said good bye to my mom on the airport in Vienna knowing last time I spent one week holidays with her was almost 20 years ago. And I have to say I enjoy this new emotional crying me. It seems as if my life was more vivid and more fulfilled….not to mention that I did not have 50 photos post in a long time :)

  

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14 Comments
  • Kacper says:

    Great photos Silvia. Seems it was a nice trip. It’s really nice to follow Yours & Bart’s webpages.

  • A says:

    Love your post and photos. They are soul touching – beautiful. Keep going!

  • Claudia says:

    welcome to the crying party Silvia ;) becoming a mother changed me too. in very much the same way you described. and i too cry and worry about things i never had before. but i almost feel more human this way.
    looks like you had a lovely stay and your pictures are beautiful as always. cheers!

  • chic4 says:

    pieknie!
    czas wyjsc z domu i polapac troche tego maltanskiego swiatla!
    a jak sie wasz L zlapal za serce! hhahha

  • Magda says:

    Great photos Silvia, Malta seems like a place I would like to visit. And the way you change or rather grow as a mother is an interesting subject, very close to my heart, because I observe it in myself as well. It feels like your child is a door to a new way of perceiving things, seeing the world with the same but new eyes. And feelings… they are new as well, sensitivity, crying, anxiety…these are also stronger for me. Great post!

    • silviapogoda says:

      Thanks Magda. YES you r right child a door to a new ME to a new world around me, new reality…I love seeing how Little L discovers world and I have a chance to do it through him – with him.

  • justyna says:

    omg. i already cry way too often and i’m not a mum, not even pregnant! i can’t image more crying! ;) but i have to agree, it makes us somehow more ‘fulfilled’ ;)
    i have always loved your trips and ‘life’ but what Little L. added to your life is so amazing and beautiful! your posts and photos makes my heart smile so much! Thank you :) and Don’t stop ;)

    • silviapogoda says:

      Thank you so much Justyna for you words! When I was pregnant I could not imagine I will be posting photos of my child all the time, now I do exactly that because I spend with him 24/7 and I can not not photograph him. SO knowing it does not bother and it can be even enjoyed is really great :) And when it comes to crying, trust me it gets to another level when you have a child, at least in my case. When I was pregnant I could cry even when I saw commercial on TV, thank god we don’t have one :). But crying now seems to be so much more universal :).

  • JoJu says:

    wasz Maluch ma takie mądre spojrzenie!…..


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