And then she slept…

I posted a bit ago about my on-going, never ending saga of my 2 1/2 year old not sleeping through the night.  Well, I don’t know what I did yesterday but I so hope I can do it again today!  She slept from 8pm (later than normal but we were all having so much fun I couldn’t put her to bed and she was snuggled up to her daddy which doesn’t happen very often), anyway she slept from 8 pm to 4:55 am!  Ah, I’m so thankful for the sleep!  I even got her to go back to sleep until 6 and then we got up.  I haven’t had that much sleep in one block in over SEVEN months.  It felt delicious and wonderful and fantastic.  Now I’m going to want it every night. 

Today we might get out and do some local sightseeing.  For awhile we were going to a different little town within an hour or so every weekend and just exploring.  Usually on a Sunday since no shops are open and we tend to get bored doing nothing.  This week in the school newsflash they had two towns listed within an hour that sounded very interesting.  I think we will try to head to one of them today since the boys have Cub Scouts tomorrow.  The info on the two towns is below if anyone local cares to check it out.

1. Monschau.  With its castle, half-timbered houses, mustard mill and glass-blowing centre, 

Monschau is a jewel in the Eifel Region-and just about an hours drive from Bonn/Köln.  The 

old town, often known as the “Pearl of the Rhine” is just as it was 300 years ago and is well 

worth a visit.  For more information see www.monschau.de .  It comes in English  


2. Bad Münstereifel.  Another beautiful town amidst the spectacular Eifel landscape.  Bad 

Münstereifel boasts an ironmonger among other attractions.  There is also an old bakery 

and glass-blower’s hut.  The town also has great antique and bric-a-brac shops to browse 

thorough.  There is an old stone house from 1150 on Klosterplatz.  For more information on 

Bad Münstereifel and other destinations in the Eifel Region visit www.eifelfuehrer.de .  It’s 

in German only.   


Coming up tomorrow – Pink Contest Details in Sunshine and Lemonade’s Ten Weeks of Winners Contest (Please see the super cute button on the side to visit her site for details, I’ll also be posting them here).

3 thoughts on “And then she slept…

  1. Sleep is SO not over rated… I wish you much more of it!Looks like you’re keeping busy traveling – I look forward to you posting the photos. I’m enjoying seeing the change of seasons – something that’s completely lacking here!

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