Bobby Cars and German Adventures

This is a picture of 2/3rds of our jetlagged family. S is modeling her new gloves we bought at the Christmas Market. S got to ride a carousel for the first time and rode a little train twice with the biggest grin. We forgot our camera though, but I probably would have dropped it after the gluvine I drank! :) DSC_2150

  What a beauty! So sweet in the new clothes that Oma bought for her!DSC_2166

We awoke to a light dusting of snow this morning. We went to lunch at this great little restaurant that was a few villages over.

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S loved the soup. She managed to eat almost an entire bowl herself.DSC_2186 DSC_2185

S ate all my dessert (as usual), but I wanted to share a picture of my new glasses. S bent my old pair beyond repair, so I was lucky enough to fork out a few hundred bucks for that “accident.” M informed me that the cost of new glasses would pale in comparison to the first time she crashes the car at 16. Sheesh, honey…can’t wait for that….DSC_2189

My two loves….bundled up against the cold.


These I will be framing when we get home. Love her!!DSC_2211 DSC_2222 

A nearby village, taken by M on a walk with his sister.


As an early Christmas present, S got a Bobby Car today. (This is a typical first birthday gift in Germany). She loved it. She even discovered that she could honk the horn with her elbow!

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Doesn’t she look so old all of the sudden? We are all doing well. Jetlag is a bit of a problem, but should be better in a few days. More soon.

1 comment:

Lianna Knight said...

She is just so precious!! And I agree..those two pics are frame worthy!!!!