This is the story of two no-yet-mum single ladies who were able to organise a perfect Baby Shower.
Liz – my partner in crime – and I didn’t miss anything: from the two months preparation time to the perfect location hunt and the arduous date decision in the attempt of conciliating all the “moving abroad” of our friends group. We did our best to get a perfect surprise as we wanted to wow the celebrated one who didn’t have a clue on what we were up to.
To whom doesn’t know what a Baby Shower is, it’s a very popular party in the USA – more and more common in the UK and in some European countries – which is organised to celebrate a future birth. Ladies usually catch up for chats and presents for the mummy to be.
This was my first Baby Shower ever and, as we are speaking of one of my best friend, in the end I found myself to be one of the organiser.
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A very nice surprise.
It could be because the German language and I have never had a good feeling, and the 5 years I spent studying it were absolutely unsuccessful. Or it could be because every time I mentioned “I want to go to Berlin” the first thing I hear is “get ready as it’s freezing cold over there!”
It could be for these reasons that I had a lot of prejudices on Berlin and I never paid much attention to this city.
I was wrong.
I was absolutely wrong.
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