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Old 01-24-2010, 12:34 PM   #21
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Re: Looking for a Mama In Germany (o:

I found our really old copy of Struwwelpeter just the other day....my husband was a little freaked out.

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Old 01-24-2010, 11:36 PM   #22
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Yes, Struwwelpeter is pretty scary.
I do have some German board books that my ds has outgrown and dd will not be into much, as it's all about tractors etc. Let me know if you're interested...
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hey mamas! so, i actually have a few small ticket items im REALLY interested in "importing" if one of you lovely mamas would be up to it? here are the things im looking for:
from tschibo
-stumpfhosen (2pairs for €10) sz. 110
http://www.tchibo.de/is-bin/INTERSHO...&BackTo=Search
-a laminated map of the world for kids (about €10)
something like this one:
http://www.amazon.de/Illustrierte-We...d_bxgy_b_img_c
let me know if one of you are able to find those!
thanks!!! danke danke!
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:35 PM   #24
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bump! anyone around?
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Re: Looking for a Mama In Germany (o:

I can look for the Strumphosen next week.

Do you like the map from Amazon.com? Shipping would be cheaper for you that way.
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Old 02-07-2010, 08:25 AM   #26
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im really looking for a map, in german, for the kids... and i cant seem to find any here...
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Re: Looking for a Mama In Germany (o:

My local store did not have the Strumphosen but I can ask if they can be ordered to the store for free if you really want them. Otherwise shipping to me is 4,95. I am guessing shipping is about 8 Euro to the US.

Can you order the laminated map from your local bookstore using the ISBN?
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Old 02-16-2010, 07:54 PM   #28
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Re: Looking for a Mama In Germany (o:

I am an ami in bavaira. I would be willing to do trades, but in a future time. (we are in the middle of a move!) Just because I am curious, what kinds of things are you missing?
I am a midwest girl myself (Iowa) and we are thinking of moving back in about 5-7 years or so, so I would be interested in things I would miss then!
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european things are just different, its hard to explain! i moved there at age 16, and i now identify myself more with european style and thought than i do with america... drives me nuts (DH too lol). i miss the food, and i love the german language, and teach my kids german, so im always looking for cute kids DVDs, books, magazines, toys, kids clothes with german on them... that kind of stuff... candy... hahaha... and every once in a while, i find a specific item i might NEED to have. (o:
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hey mamas! sorry, i havent been catching up!!! thanks to all of you mamas, i get some support! like i said, DH thinks im nuts, and its pretty difficult to find german speaking people anywhere around here!!!
i miss dumb things... like, magazines (anything printed in german, cant get it here!) kinderschokolade... im always looking to get the kids german DVDs, benjamin blümchen, cute clothes... C&A, S.Oliver... or anything for the kiddos with german sayings on them(sizes: DS is 92+ DD is 110+) and really most other things you can find there, that you cant find here... packaged foods... etc...
none of these things have to be purchased new, if you happen to have anything already, that would be awsome as well! i dont have too much to spend, but i really have a heart-ache for all of the things i miss....
thanks mamas!
big to all who have said they are willing to help!

Don't you have a German store anywhere near you? We have a restaurant here that also has a small store and bakery. All the magazines are in German, and all the products are German too. Reading this thread has me in the mood to go make some rouladen and spaetzle.
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