Finally … Gelato is back

After a 2 or 3 month holiday break, our favorite gelato store is open again as we discovered on our way to the playground … and sure enough we had to stop by.

The little man has become so proficient in eating his treat that no clean up was required afterwards (also helps that temperatures are still very low and the ice-cream is not melting away too fast)

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4 Responses to Finally … Gelato is back

  1. Marine says:

    aaawww….he is so adorable. LOL and it’s tremendously amazing that he managed not to make any mess, which is rare in kids :)
    I’m a new reader of your blog and i came across this blog via youtube videos of little julius.
    I’ve been reading this blog for the last few weeks and it’s exciting to know what julius gets up to now and then :)) He’s very adorable and he seems like a very smart child (although he can’t talk much i assume) by his behaviours thus far. It’s lovely to see that he has such caring parents too!

    An avid reader, from London

  2. Peter says:

    Hi Marine and welcome to this wacky blog, enjoy the ride, keep leaving comments and have a good time :)

    And yes, he is not speaking as much as I would want him to yet .. but the doctor says that he is a) a boy and b) confused by the 4 languages he has to deal with … he will catch up eventually …

  3. Franziska says:

    I know in Germany the “Eisdiele” closes during winter because the gelato sellers go and work as skiing instructors. Once the skiing season is over they come back to do their summer job. At least that’s what my mother told me when I asked her why there is no ice cream during winter 😉

  4. Peter says:

    Franziska, I was told a different story why our Italian run ‘Eisdiele’ was closed during winter (besides the fact that no one would eat icecreme when it is snowing outside) : That the Italians found it too cold in Germany and would go back down to Sicily during the winter :)

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