We had another incredibly busy week in Karlsruhe, though we started to slow down on our activities. There was a little more playing inside and a little less going-going-going but we still had a fun time. We were starting to feel a little antsy to get home, and maybe three weeks was a BIT too long. Two probably would've been perfect. I began feeling eager to be settled, though the kids were having a great time. Atticus keeps asking when we are going back on our trip to Germany and Morocco.
|Have you seen enough awesome German playgrounds yet? This one is called the "real yuppie spielplatz"|
|We went to the pool one day too. Lots of naked German babies. Awesome.|
|Andddddd back to the swimming pool. This was actually only one day. These pictures somehow got mixed up but I'm too lazy to fix them.|
|Tallulah thinks she can pull down her pants and pee like brother. It's funniest when she walks up to a tree and does it.|
|Tim and Nina took the kids to the river playground this day. The river was too cold to play in but they built awesome tunnels.|
|We took a family outing to the Oberwald park again, and we found this cool teepee.|
|I biked through the woods for a while and ended up in the town of Durlach. I didn't have my camera though, but it was very quaint.|
|Unbeknownst to us, someone in Madison gave the German missionaries Nina's address and they came for a visit. It was super awkward... mostly they spoke in German and we kind of just watched.|
|Again, at the pool. Being cute.|
That was our week... very full of summer fun. We ate lots of German bakery bread, Tim made delicious falafel one night, and we basked in the sun. Next up: Juwe comes home for the weekend and we visit Heidelberg.