We wanted to find out what YOU think a German childhood looks like, so we read YOUR comments in this video.
In February of 2021, we packed up our American family of six, with four kids ages 11 and under, and moved halfway across the world to Germany to follow our dream of living in Europe again! When we were first married, we lived for two years in France and fell in love with the European way of life. Moving to Germany has been a whirlwind, especially with four kids in tow, but we’re already growing stronger and better from the experiences we are having. It has NOT been easy, but that’s how it usually is in life when you go after your dreams!
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German Childhood + Self-Reliance and Independence – PART 2
Wow! We’ve learned so much from all of you since our last video on German playgrounds and what self-reliance (Selbständigkeit) and independence look like in the context of German childhood. In this episode, we are featuring YOUR comments! What does a German childhood look like from the perspective of Germans? In this video, we read your comments so others who may want to immigrate to Germany can understand what it’s like to grow up here. Thank you for sharing with us! We have LOVED reading about your experiences!
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