Thursday, July 31, 2008

Goodbye, Summer Vacation

All good things must come to an end. . . and summer vacation is no exception. Caleb and I got up early this morning to see Josh off to his first day back at work. And, we've spent the last few hours wondering around the house aimlessly, trying to figure out what to do with ourselves. I'm sure it will take a few days to get back into a routine. . . just in time to welcome the new baby!

Here are some pictures from the last few days of vacation.

Little India: Mango Lassi. . . on the go.

Hanging out around the house.

Singapore Zoo: Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!

McDonalds: Who can resist a 60-cent ice-cream cone?

East Coast Park: The park is near the airport, which made our airplane-loving boy very happy.

East Coast Park Bike Trail: $6 for a two-hour bike rental and lots of fun.

Bowling: The other bowlers probably thought I was hiding one of the bowling balls in my shirt!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Getting Ready

Today marks the 5-week countdown to Baby #2's due date. Although I've been showing signs of our expected addition for months now, the house only started showing this week.

Daddy and Big Brother Caleb work hard to build a changing table.

Mommy adds the finishing touches.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Cowboy Boots

If you check my other blog, you'll know that we have a houseful of guests. They came heavy laden with gifts from California. One of the things they brought was a pair of cowboy boots for Caleb from my mom. I literally had to peel them off of him. I think he might be the first cowboy in Singapore!

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Oatmeal for Breakfast

Almost every morning, Caleb and I eat oatmeal for breakfast. It is cheap, healthy and easy.

This morning, we ate oatmeal, but it was much better than usual. That's because today's oatmeal was in the form of homemade oatmeal cookies that my mom express mailed us. The health factor went way down, but the taste factor went way up, so I think it comes out even.

Thanks, Mom!

(I'd post pictures of the crumbs left on our plate and the smiles on our faces, but Josh isn't home this morning and he has the camera with him.)