family day in Paris
family day in Paris
family day in Paris

You guys, I'm just so in love with my little family right now! :) It used to be so hard for me to squeeze in some rest in between all the Paris Fashion Week craziness, but now that I have my babies by my side it's so much easier to prioritise and squeeze in a family day! Paris is definitely the perfect city to have quality time with the fam, because I've visited so many times that I don't feel that 'touristy pressure' to do stuff every single day (you know what I'm talking about? :)). And while some days were just a blur of total chaos (haha), one random weekday we totally nailed it and had a very blissful family day in my favourite city.

It of course started off with breakfast in bed in our matching jammies! :) By the way, don't you love the golden headboards at Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet's?? We had a big fruit plate, soft boiled eggs, fresh croissants and café au lait. So good! I snuck out for a little pampering session at the Balmain Hair Salon early in the morning, and rushed back to the hotel because there was SNOW on the ground!! I literally called Marcio on the way back to have our little boy ready to go out; mama needed those snowy Eiffel Tower pics! :) And though you can't tell from the pic Gabriel was super excited to spot his first Parisian snow ha! We goofed around a little and went back to the hotel for a little nap (for all of us). And after another outfit change (I know eye roll) we headed back out to have afternoon drinks at a local bistro, plus people spotting - one of my all time fave things to do in Paris. In the evening, we even squeezed in an early date night near the Musée du Louvre (naturally, I put on a big coat right after this pic ;)). Aaah Paris, you make my heart so happy! :)


What are your favourite non-touristy things to do in Paris? I'd love to hear your recommendations! :)

Find all outfit details via @sofievalkiers

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