Friday, December 31, 2021

December Diaries

 We finished up the first half of December with celebrating the end of t-ball, helping plan our Women's Ministry Christmas event, and taking advantage of the activities around Doha!

A lovely and uplifting evening with our church Women's Ministry!

  1. Sweet sisters in their fav swimsuits
  2. Lazy Zoey
  3. Enjoying a playdate at Katara playground
  4. Monster Trucks in Doha! 
  5. Family photo at Monster Trucks
  6. The girls loved seeing the big vehicles get smashed
  7. We had friends join us for the event
  8. International Food Festival fun
  9. Umbrella tunnel near the Corniche metro station

We also celebrated National Day by dressing up and enjoying the Dhow Festival that was happening along Katara before heading out for our holiday to Switzerland, Germany, and Turkey (stay tuned for the update on that trip!)


Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Christmas Card 2021

I love making our Christmas card each year! We use a mail forwarding service to send them to friends and family in the US and then print hard copies to give to friends here in Doha. Here is this year's card! 

We also love receiving cards! If you'd like to send us a hard copy please use the following address:

Jason Stingerie
1321 Upland Dr
PMB 16181
Houston, TX 77043

Previous years Christmas cards: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 (a moving postcard in lieu of a Christmas card), and 2011 and earlier.


Monday, December 20, 2021

Early Christmas Celebrations

Since we are going to be traveling for Christmas this year we decided to do everything (except presents) early. The kids invited friends over to paint reindeer paintings, we decorated gingerbread houses, and we took advantage of a sweet neighbors Christmas backdrop for photos of the girls!


Saturday, December 18, 2021

Qatar National Day and Dhow Festival

Qatar National Day is Dec 18 and the girls love celebrating at school and around the city. They wore these fun outfits to class. 

We took advantage of the {free} dhow festival at Katara and spent an afternoon there. We got to ride on a dhow to an island they setup in the water and have arabic coffee and Karak and sweets. Afterwards we walked around looking at the history of the dhows and the girls got to hold a falcon (always a favorite activity!).

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