Amy’s 2012 in photos

flashback of 2012 in photographs

Two weeks ago, we jetted off to Germany to spend some quality time with my family. We had a lovely Christmas and a great New Year’s Eve, but I will write about that in more detail at another point. The beginning of 2013 has made me think about the year that is now over: 2012 was the year that saw Amy celebrate her first birthday and her first steps. She finally learned to sleep through the night and  has said her first proper words in German and English – it took us a while, but we got there in the end. We shared so many exciting milestones and I think that now is that time to say that she has made the transition from baby to toddler – you’ll see what I mean when you look at the collage above that shows Amy from January to December (starting in the top left and ending in the bottom right). It’s crazy how much she has changed in a year and I can’t wait for all the things that 2013 has in store for our little family. There will be some big changes, but if all goes to plan 2013 will be our year!

I hope you all had a great 2012 and are looking forward to 2013.  I hope all your dreams come true! Have you planned anything exciting or is there something you are particularly looking forward to? What was your highlight of 2012? 


  1. says

    It's so amazing to look back and see how much they have changed in a year. This time in January last year, my little girl wasn't even walking and now she is a fully fledged toddler! Very scary! They are lovely photos and it looks like you have had a great year! Here's to 2013!

  2. says

    Super slow reply, just been catching up on your blog. Sounds like 2012 was a great year, and how exciting that Amy is bilingual now. Happy New Year to you all.

    • Carolin says

      Thanks, Ella! Happy New Year to you all too. I know, I'm terribly excited about her speaking German now, it's so sad lol. Hope you are all well x

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