The end of weekend and I feel like it was just couple of minutes and not two days. We had few plans which at the end did not become true as our little monkey is sick. We barely slept during the nights and struggled a lot during days and I felt so helpless, that I cannot help him with quicker recovery. However, I have done my best ❤ and he starts feeling a bit better today.
He did not want to eat almost for three days and today, finally, he ate a bit. And one of the things he has eaten was this, traditionally, Christmas bread. However, it can be eaten it any time during the year. You can find a shared recipe below!
As our little one is incredibly congested as well, I made him tea from fresh thyme, with honey and bit of lime. It is great when congested, coughing and with bronchitis. So… If you have not tried yet, it is nice natural remedy 🙂
Have a great start of the week ❤
Your Vero and little Canito
Many Europeans countries share the tradition of preparing a kind of sweet bread, often with dried fruits, for religious holidays. Germany has Stollen and Italy eats panettone, while Russia makes kulich and Poland and Ukraine bake babka. In Czech Republic (and Slovakia), there’s vánočka, a rich plaited bread served for Christmas (vánoce means Christmas in Czech). A…