A Day With Friends

This morning we met up with good friends and toured around the city together.  It was a day filled with cafes, restaurants, walking, glüwein, and Christmas markets, and though it wasn’t the most munchkin-friendly day, Miss G managed to hang in there until falling asleep in her stroller about 3 minutes after leaving dinner.  With Brad staying at a local pub for football night, I was going to make the 35 minute walk back to our apartment as quickly as possible for bedtime, but instead, I bundled my sleeping babe up tightly and leisurely made my way through the glowing shops and market stands, enjoying them one last time before they disappear tomorrow morning.  When we eventually arrived at our apartment, I lugged my sleeping girl upstairs, set her into her bed, and listened to her sleepy murmurs as I removed her boots and jacket in the dark.  I covered her up with her duvet, and she was out for the night.  It was a good day.

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Morning coffee.

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Uncle Daniel and Auntie Erin.  {We have them to thank for our visiting Heidelberg this year…  They stop in every year and were kind enough to let us tag along this time around.}

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A view of the castle.

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Found a little perch.

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Pretty buildings.

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Miss G’s replica of a photo she loves of Brad making a silly face with a statue in Rome {before she was born}.

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Across the river.

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Bubbles on the bridge.

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When can we move in?

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A terrible photo, but too funny not to include.  Uncle Daniel made Grae her own play dough beer during lunch.

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Catching raindrops.

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Gorgeous paper lanterns.

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These stars are hung throughout the markets and down the main shopping and eating street.

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Now imagine an accordion being played in the background…

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