Travelling here takes a LONG time, especially with a baby, a toddler and a bus that won't go above 50 miles per hour, but we wouldn't have it any other way.
I really love the summer house tradition in Sweden. It is quite common for families to come together each summer to enjoy multigenerational living, the great outdoors and many many summer traditions that I hope to share with you.
When I first came to Sweden I remember being extremely surprised by the climate and the fact that usually Swedish summers are warmer and drier than in the UK. My mum struggles to comprehend this and I completely understand why when you look at a map and see how far north we are here, but I promise you mum it's warmer here than you think!