Today’s word is brought to you by laughter tickling and naps. It’s ‘Childhood’!
Childhood in Polish=Dzieciństwo
This is a picture of some friends of ours in Poland. Weronika and her beautiful daughter. I think being a child and sliding with mommy is a wonderful thing, oth for mommy and baby. 🙂 Hope you enjoy this picture Weronika!
We’re here in Nowy Targ pronounced ‘nove targ’. We’re here visiting a couple we’ve been friends with for a while. Weronika, Chris and their daughter Esterka (Ester) We’ve had a nice relaxing time, and will probably be taking a walk in a while. Trav found a way to upload pictures so far (my hero!).
Here are pictures of our flat in Krakow.
where we eat every meal
Left picture: Fridge on left, blessed washing machine on right. Then there’s me with the living room view. Ground level flat.
Our street in the early morning.
These are Trav’s favorite cookies. We bought them the first day we came. 🙂
On a side note, we were watching High School Musical 1 and I was the only adult who was watching it- what a shock. hehe Then Ester turned off the DVD player HALF WAY THROUGH!!! I had too much pride to ask to turn it back on. Pride is my downfall. I have a good idea how it turns out…but still. Maybe I’ll borrow it from a friend…amy? 😉
Enjoy the pictures 🙂
Emma, Chris and his daughter Ester. They girls loved playing together. Yay, I hoped they would!
Emma and Ester ready for bed! A second later they were out and running around the room. Last night I was up with Emma from 4:30am-7am. Pray for me.
Breakfast this morning. They had their own table, it felt like Thanksgiving. Emma felt like a big girl. 🙂
Breakfast. They had a cherry jelly-which is my favorite! I’ve already eaten one whole jar of cherry jelly. And I’m thinking of bringing some over too. Emma had 1 1/2 of the sausages! You go girl!
It’s not nice of me to take this and they had maybe 3 seconds to prep for it. But hey, we all have a pose we prefect in high school right?! At least I did.