Category: Family & Child
Another year is almost over. It's cold outside and you're sitting more in the warm room again. So there is enough time to pick up some manual work, browse through a book, or enjoy entertaining games with friends, acquaintances or children. Our Advent story for the 3rd Advent.
Autumn is here ... and with it the rain, the wind and maybe also some sunshine to satisfy the golden autumn. Autumn is associated with thanksgiving, chestnuts, grape harvest - called 'autumn' in Baden - flying kites, broom management or, for short, brooms, ostriches, wreaths, rädle or hackles, and in recent years Halloween has become more and more common.
While handicrafts have become somewhat unpopular in the recent past, today you can find a lot in various do-it-yourself markets that were still popular in the XNUMXs and XNUMXs and could also be learned in courses at adult education centers .
Who doesn't know them, all these happy children's songs? Even in the womb, children perceive the sounds of music and can enjoy them. In infancy and toddler age, they are sung to sleep with lullabies. In the kindergarten, educational songs are explained to the children in a playful way.
The Nikolauspostamt in St. Nikolaus has ended this year's children's letter campaign. An evaluation showed that 24.146 children's letters were received in the small town - and answered. Letters were received from a total of 42 countries worldwide.
As every year, Irma was once again faced with the question of what should be served at Christmas? When the kids were little it was less of a problem. But now with three adult children, one should also consider their tastes and wishes. Although when she thought of the past few years, she could never please everyone.
We celebrate Christmas every year. In recent years, if there has been an increasing “consumer craze” in which the “wishes” (or demands?) Of the children have grown, we would like to go into the origin of “Christmas” today and the question - so good it is possible to answer why we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
The time has come again: the dark season with its short days and long nights is present again. The time that, like no other, is suitable for making yourself comfortable in the warm room at home to enjoy the pre-Christmas weeks with our loved ones.
Who does not know that? The same thing every year. In Advent, the contemplation creeps out from behind the stove. But is it really so, or is it not the impending joy of the coming Christmas, the birth of the Redeemer?
The final sprint towards Christmas left us all breathless and annoyed. Generally, you are about to cancel the whole festival and save yourself the stress. This is easy to understand, and yet we should remember that Christmas is a time of gathering, joy and warmth.
The following Christmas story is based on a true story and was written by us: Ms. Niemann is a wife and mother who likes to spoil her loved ones according to the old family tradition. In her husband's family, it was common not only to serve pastries for Christmas, but also a Linz cake.
Every year the question arises: "What should I give my loved ones?" Christmas surprises many of us every year anew. You have just had months to find a nice gift for friends and family, you have to realize that there are only a few weeks left and you have no idea what you could give now.
The year is coming to an end, the crops have been brought in, the harvest has ended, in short, thanksgiving is just around the corner. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the first Sunday in October. Field crops are brought to the church and thanked for the abundant harvest with a festive service.
A major fire broke out yesterday in Europa-Park in Rust. At times, more than 500 forces fought the flames while the entire park was evacuated. Visitors were apparently not injured. Three firefighters are said to have been slightly injured during the operation.
On Sunday, May 13th, the Sulzbacher Salt & Herb Market invites visitors to the historical salt fountain ensemble, Auf der Schmelz, for the fifth time. The popular spring format with its pre-summer flair is so successful because over 5 retailers offer their mostly self-produced goods in a historical setting.
From November 27th you can experience Christmas flair in Saarbrücken. The Saarbrücken Christkindl market on the St. Johanner market offers the perfect backdrop for relaxed evenings. 900.000 visitors are expected!