Tick tack tick tack! Time ticks soooo fast by. Our little boy is going to be nine months soon and I will be a student again. I must admit I am looking forward to it a lot. The only bad thing about it is that from now on Peter has to spend quite some time in a kindergarten. Our little fellow loves other children which makes it a bit easier but I would prefer to have him by my side longer. Till my studies get to a full speed we are using every spare minute to do fun stuff. What do people do in Germany in autumn? People like to go to “Volksfests”! Many of you will know at least one – Oktoberfest. And I don’t blame you! It is so much fun! We went to see what is it all about at Stuttgart version of it – Cannstatter Wasen. It was great! So many attractions, stands with food, games, music and tents with good beer and yummy food. From two hours our plans grew fast to six hours of fun…and Peter, he enjoyed it as much as his parents and Godmother and -father. 🙂 We jumped into a huge Ferris wheel and took a ride on a Mary-go-Round. He got his first gingerbread (“Lebkuchen”) with a sign “Mausebaer” and was allowed to steal mom’s strawberries. His daddy even won him a minion toy! ❤
Couple of weeks ago we visited Tuebingen as a family and enjoyed lovely autumn weather. Tuebingen is so pretty, I am really looking forward to study in this historical romantic small town. I like the position where we live right now even though I don’t always understand the mentality of people here. We are situated between three nice cities with different possibilities. Tuebingen is academical oriented, Stuttgart has so many opportunities for jobs and entertainment and Reutlingen’s outskirts offer beautiful nature and historical fortresses and castles. Not too long ago we decided to go to a musical. To be specific – Tarzan musical. It was awesome! Broadway worthy (and yes, I’ve been to Broadway). I am still in awe what those dancers/singers/actors did with their bodies and voices. Not to mention the acrobatics in the air, in front of, among and above the visitors. Maybe we do it once again once Peter will be a bit older and can go too.
I have been neglecting my backing since I am still fighting the mommy belly. There was one opportunity where I ignored that and gave my best to bake a cake worth of my hubby. It was his b-day after all. Since he is the biggest Star Wars fan I tried my luck with fondant and I was quite satisfied in the end.
With those sweet pics on the mind I am saying GOOD NIGHT! Yawn!