Theo likes cars a lot but prefers classic cars to modern ones and the co-driver seat to the driver seat. Theo is a very romantic, calm and diplomatic boy. Annika his mum is the founder and owner of Noñoño, a Spanish kids’ clothing brand.
What you want to be when you grow up “Animal doctor” (veterinarian). One of those who cure animals in a zoo.
Someone you admire I admire David Villa (a Spanish Football Player who plays in Barcelona) because he’s a very good football player and because he’s from Asturias, from where my father is.
Your big dream Live in a hotel with a huge pool where it’s always sunny and never rains so that I can swim in the pool all day.
What scares you Thieves. I sometimes imagine them breaking into our house and stealing all my things, so I always remind my parents to lock the door with the key.
What makes you laugh This joke makes me laugh: “Mum, mum, there is no toiletpaper” – “Then use the newspaper” – “Why? My bum can’t read”
Your favourite films and books Film: “Cars 1” & “Pirates” – Book. Whatever my mum reads for me.
Something you did recently that you really loved Last weekend I had lunch in a restaurant with my grandparents and my cousin Bruno. I love seeing my grandparents. They’re fantastic!!
The best holidays you ever had My holidays are all the best! We normally go to Sweden (where my mum’s from) and to Asturias in the north of Spain (where my dad’s from). This summer I had fantastic holidays in Asturias because I met my cousins, I played football, I went to the beach and on cycle routes.
A place that you would dream to visit A Mickey Mouse show they announce on TV.
Your favourite belonging My football and my bike.
The next item you would so dearly love to get Wii by Nintendo…
If you had a magic wand, what would you do with it right now? I would turn things into money and I would put it in my piggybank.
A place you saw when you were a child, and that made its mark on you Rather than a place it’s a moment: Swedish Christmas!! It’s a mix-up of sensations that just make me feel happy: the decoration, the smell, the food…
The place you love near your home I have a Japanese restaurant quite near my home where we go a lot. They have the best sushi in town and the staff has a very plesant manner. They make me feel like home.
Where do you dream to go for your next family holiday On a safari to Kenia and Tanzania
A film that you saw recently and that staid with you I’m embarrassed to say I haven’t seen a film recently. BUT I’m addicted to the serie Mad Men and each night I see a couple of chapters before I go to sleep.
The film that you love to see with the whole family Pippi Långstrump!
The book on your bedside table “The hidden child” by Camilla Läckberg
The children’s brands your cherish Noñoño, Mini Rodini, Monikako
The children’s stores you love to visit and buy from Oiidesign (Swedish online shop), Tiny Toy (Toy Store nearby).
Last thing you bought for Theo Blue sweater by Esprit
Favourite pieces in your child’s wardrobe Blue pants by Name It, white sneakers by Munich
Things you buy online Travels, music and clothes for my kids. My favourite store is Oiidesign, a Swedish kids clothing shop online.
A website that inspires you There is a Spanish website called madresfera.com It’s the first website to gather and rank the best mom and dad blogs in Spanish. It’s really motivating to see so many mums (mostly) and dads sharing their ideas and project through their blogs.
Something that made you laugh out loudly recently Las week my husband made me a surprise dinner at home. He thought that a Dry Martini would be a good start of that dinner (mainly because it would make me be less critical with the food). First error: A Dry Martini is not supposed to be served in a juice glass!! Second error: A Dry Martini is always served with an olive BUT my husband only had olives filled with anhovy at home, so that’s what he added to the cocktail. It wasn’t the best Dry Martini, but I had a very good laugh…