Monthly Archives: September 2012

Made it!

We made it to Atlanta! Travel wasn’t too bad. A friend of ours volunteered to drive us to the airport early Saturday morning. The flight from Munich to Frankfort was completely uneventful. Little C. slept through her first flight ever … Continue reading

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Travel preparations

This week was a busy week for our family: 1. My husband’s birthday was on Monday. 2. Tuesday we had our anniversary. 3. We travel to the U.S. tomorrow. The trip was only scheduled very recently, i.e. two weeks ago. Fortunately … Continue reading

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Learning the word “no”

I think that we have reached a stage in which little C. needs and wants to learn the word “no”. She is nearing eight months now, moving around more, grabbing everything, and putting it in her mouth. I think that … Continue reading

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Into trouble for the first time

Today little C. got into trouble for the first time. Yesterday while cleaning I did accidentally put her playpen next to our Ficus. This morning I put C. into the playpen because I wanted to take a shower. First I heard … Continue reading

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Eating on her own

This is how C. looks like when trying to eat on her own. It is a new skill! And with this step in developement, she finds it pretty uncool do be fed. Therefore any attempts have the following outcome: C. … Continue reading

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Why I love hand-me-downs

I love hand-me-downs. Not only for my little one. For myself as well. My mother recently gave me a lot of t-shirts and a couple of skirts. A friend offered me a couple of lovely blouses – she only asked for … Continue reading

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Exhausted from eating

Sometimes C. falls asleep while being spoon fed. So cute! And such a luxury! How many kids are starving physically, emotionally or spiritually? How many kids don’t have a loving mother watching over their sleep after being fed because they … Continue reading

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