Photo-a-Day // Week 46

17 November — On my last grocery shopping trip I bought a bag of five tiny avocados. Since avocados don’t keep well once they are cut open, these smaller ones have been perfect for lunches throughout the week.

16 November — I brought the little potty out of storage for Piper to get familiar with. We’re not ready to ditch the diapers just yet, but she loves being able to sit on it.

15 November — Jason took this awesome photo at the airfield with our new compact camera.

14 November — The photo on the left was taken in the morning and shows the frost on our bedroom skylight window. That same evening, Jason took this photo of the super moon.

13 November — For the past couple months, Ezra & Caleb have been doing chores and saving up to buy Legos. We took them to the store after church and they each picked this little set with their earnings. After they had finished building, Jason took this shot with our new Panasonic Lumix.

12 November — We got a new compact camera! After much research on Jason’s part, we ended up going with the Panasonic Lumix LX100 mirrorless camera.

11 November — The boys’ kindergarten had a Lichterwanderung to celebrate Martinstag or St. Martin’s Day. All the kids held lanterns they had made in class and we walked from the kindergarten to the celebration point where there was a bonfire, Leberkäse, and warm punch. If you want to read more about the holiday, click HERE.

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Beth Walter - November 19, 2016 - 2:45 am

Don’t say much through the year but have completely enjoyed your weekly blogs! Hoping for more of the same for 2017 actually!

thesestephens - November 27, 2016 - 2:48 pm

Thanks Beth! I’m glad you have enjoyed it. I don’t think I’ll be doing a daily photo next year, but I plan to do a monthly post of photos from our day-to-day life. Plus, I will also try to do better at keeping up with travel posts, which I have been terrible at this year!

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