Monday, November 26, 2007
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Anyway, the next few posts have some pics from our trip. The rest can be found on our smugmug site the password is Fish.
The beautiful German Countryside.
We drove all the way down to the Neuschwanstein castle, aka Cinderella's castle which was awesome. It is right at the base of the Alps. It snowed on us, so we woke up that morning and first went shopping at any little place we could find to get hats, gloves, coats...we were not used to that freezing weather. Here are my favorite of the pics we took...
A day in London with all 6 kids (my 2, Amber's 2, and Amanda's 2) a pregnant sister, my BIL and other sister. We went on the London Eye...I had really good pics of this :( Then we just kind of walked around to different places.
The next day my 2 sister's and I went into London without kids while my superstar BIL watched 5 kids (we took Christian) and did I mention they are all 3 and under. This was so fun though. We went to the Tower of London and walked around a few other places then went shopping. We went to Marylebone Street, which was fantastic. I loved ALL the shops we went into. I highly reccommend it to anyone in London. There was this little vintage store called Cath Kidston. You could get the cutest bags and random stuff there. It also sold fabric that was adorable. Anyway we loved shopping here, it was darling!
Our next and last day there we went into the city, went to Harrod's and saw there Christmas stuff. They create this Christmas store within the department store that sells all sorts of darling Christmas stuff. I loved it. The we went to Mass at Westminister Abby.
London is great city. Thanks Amanda and Clark we had tons of fun. Ava misses her cousins already!
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
We took the kids for a carriage ride around old town square.
We were there for Halloween, luckily or my kids wouldn't have had one. Amber let us borrow a few dress up things for our costumes.
The kids were so funny. We carved pumpkins and had these little ones for decorations. We went out one night and left the kids with a babysitter and came home to them each sleeping with a baby pumpkin. It was so funny. We could just imagine the girls talking the babysitter into letting the sleep with them (like it was something there mom's would never let them do).