The Adults-Only Club, Reykjavik Chapter
One of the perks of being an adult is getting to do things that you always suspected adults were up to as a kid, but never had any proof.
Friday, we got to Iceland really late- like 1:30 into our beds. When we woke up the next morning, before the kids knew what was going on as they slurped up their cereal, Tyler & I tucked out for about 45 minutes. We grabbed coffee and pastries from Sandholt Bakery (which Tyler boldly proclaimed his “favourite place to get pastries in the world!) and then walked back home by taking a little detour along some of our favourite shops.
It was short, sweet and our kids were none the wiser about the little adventure we had been on while they got dressed and played. You know, until we opened up the box of goodies from Sandholt.
For them, it was a little downtime with our au pair… but that little slice of time for us, well, those make the memories.
And it always makes me wonder, when I do that kind of sneaky double-life stuff on my kids, what all my parents were doing when I was bopping around as a kid. I guess I’ll never really know… but I do hope they had fun doing it!
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Oh! And read more about Sandholt Bakery here. That Danish is worth reading about, and tiny little Viola is really cute in the pictures, too. (Says her mother.)
FIND MORE OF OUR FAVOURITE THINGS IN ICELAND IN MY ICELAND TRAVEL GUIDE.
*images original to Aspiring Kennedy