... as I would like to share with you my favourite recepy!
It is perfect for a rainy day as it has been this Sunday...


150 gr. butter
200 gr. sugar
3 eggs
2 teaspoons baking powder
250 gr. white flour
3/4 dl. milk
1+1/2 spoon cocoa powder

1. Breack the eggs in the flour

2. Melt the butter

3. Mix it all together with the sugar and the milk

Ok, now the difficult part: mummy had to do the job because I'm too young and I could have poured the mix out.

5. Well, you need to put aside 1/3 of this mix and to put the cocoa powder in the resting 2/3

6. Now you need to make three layers in the baking tin: the first one with half of the choco-mix, the second one with the white mix and the last one with the choco-mix again.

7. Put the baking tin into the oven for about 50 minutes at 150° C. (You'd better check the oven once in a while...

... or ask someone else to do it for you, if you're doing something important and improcrastinable, like playing WEE)

8. Enjoy!!!
The choco-mix even drew a little heart in my slice... GNAMMY!!!

Going fishing

Hi! This is me, Cioccobimbo, writing! I'd like to tell you how I spent my last Sunday afternoon:

I went fishing!

I wish I could say...

... but it would be a lie :-( !

I actually tried very hard,


but the environment was too actractive to me .


So I found many other ways to spend my time:

enjoying the nature,


playing hide and seek with mum,


and showing off! (Look how brave I am!!!)


I enjoyed myself very much!


Wow! I had a wonderful Easter holyday! Chocolate, trips, mummy all day long with me... (well, I must admit I missed my dad a lot!!!)

I had my Easter lunch at my grandparents' house:

I met their cat Lapo there and I wanted to share My Big Secret with him...

... but he didn't care and he ignored me!

I had a lot of good stuff to eat...

...... but my favourite part was the "dessert time"!!!
I had the traditional Easter cake and many chocolates!

I also received a giant egg!!! Who can be so brave to eat such an huge egg???

Super Cioccobimbo, of course!!!

I know it's wrong playing with the food, but I wanted to see myself with an "alien look"!!!

Today, which is Monday, I went to Siena. I had lunch in a restaurant and then I visited the city:

I went to the cathedral and...

to the biiig circus where the Palio takes place.
I really had a lot of fun with my mum and my uncle!!!
(But I was thinking about my dad all the time!!!)


In February, I spent some days in Paris, with Mum and Dad Who Doesn't Want To Be Called So.
In this picture you can see me in front of the Opera theatre: is where the famous phantom lives!!!

Paris is a magic city: baloons can grow on the trees!!!
Me & mum in front of the Louvre museum.It wasn't so much fun for me in there: I had to stay hours and hours inside a bag!!!

But I could act like a real tourist in Versailles. I wanted a picture by the royal palace: it might be mine, one day...

Here I am in the glasses room: it's where the queen (and Lady Oscar as well) had their great balls!

Me on the "galerie des Chiméres", up on the tower of Notre Dame. Daddy said there was one more monster while we where there, but I could't understand what he meant...

Me posing with the the Sacré-coeurin Montmartre.
Couldn't find Amélie, though ...
Me by the colorful fountain close to the Centre Pompidou. I had a wonderful holyday!!!

Visiting Rome

My mum and my dad Who Doesn't Want To Be Called So took me to Rome with them.It was a great week-end!In the following pictures you'll se me posing by some important monuments...

Here's me in Vatican City, with the "Pope Church" in the background. Mum and dad visited the BIIIG museums close to it. I couldn't go and had to wait in the checking room...

Here's me with Castel Sant'angelo in the background:

Me and the Altare della patria (I'm a bit out of focus because my mum was holding me and taking the picture in the same time...)
Me by the Trevi fountain...

... and me in the Pantheon.

Holydays in Berlin

Last spring I went to visit my uncle in Berlin.
Here's me, behaving on the plane

Here is me and "der Himmel über Berlin":
Me with my uncle by the Brandeburgh gate:

All the city was full of coloured bears. Of course I had to pose close to one of them:

Here's Giselle, my cousin.

When my uncle moved to Berlin, he could't find a place for her in his luggage. So we took her to him when we went to visit him.
The sight from our hostel window:
The Holocaust memorial:
Me in a vase in the parc of Schloss Charlottenburg:
Me among the flowers in Schloss Charlottenburg
Could I visit Germany without tasting the beer?

My week end in Verona

Last April, my Mum and my Dad Who Doesn't Want To Be Called So took me to Verona! Daddy was pretending not to be happy about that, and I must admit he's quite a good actor...

It's a very romantic city: Juliet and Romeo lived there!
Here I am, by the river Adige: it was such a sunny day!
Mummy wanted to visit Juliet's tomb. Juliet was a girl who pretended to be dead, but she wasn't dead for real; but her boyfriend Romeo didn't know thas she was joking and he thought that she was really dead and he killed himself.... Ok, I know it's a bit confusing... It was hard for me to understand: maybe 'cause I'm too young and 'cause I'm a boy. But I DO know that girls do strange things!!!

In this picture I'm with William Shakespeare, the gentleman who made the story of Juliet and Romeo famous in all over the world.
And here I wanted to scare my mum:
Boooo!!! I'm a Zombie!!!
Here I am inside the chapel where Juliet was buried. I'm the small orange&brown thing inside that kind of ancient window.
My mum also wanted to visit the house where Juliet lived. She wanted a picture of herself acting like Juliet, on the famous balcony. By Juliet's house there is a courtyard were people in love write their messages on the walls. My mum would complain if I did it home and I agree: I don't think it's nice ruining an ancient wall with all those ugly writings. I wanted a picture close to the warning written in the white sheet: Please don't write on the machines (!!!)
We also visited a museum full of ancient toys!
Wooden horses, old children books, dolls...

... Hei, look at this one!
Isn't she scary?