We have been busy taking care of kids and listening to a lot of crying (why do they misbehave when Grandma comes?!) and seeing some of the sights. The kids love having Grandma here; Evie can frequently be found wandering about saying, "Gamma, read book me."
And I took advantage of my mom's baking abilities and coerced her into giving me some bread making lessons. The result was fantastic! Mom sat in the chair and supervised and I kneaded and sweat and pounded :). Light and fluffy with a bit of chewiness...will I ever be able to do it again?
Noah obediently listens to his "teacher" along with the other students. Today's lesson is from Leading Little Ones to God, complete with picture viewing.
Calvin has been the recipient of lots of Grandma time. So nice to have my family here loving him. He's even giving a thumb's up!
Saturday night found us at the Mighty Mekong awaiting a boat ride with friends and the Logos crew. The air was balmy and a soft breeze was about. It sure made for a gorgeous ride.As we ate dinner on the roof of the boat the local fisherman were busy paddling their boats and throwing out their nets.
Sophie and Noah kept me on my toes as I tried to keep them from the edge. I just wasn't feeling up for a dip in the Mekong that day.
Some little girl just turned six...guess who?!
She was very happy with her birthday treat (mom was too tired to make a cake) at Swenson's, grandma's treat. And if you look closely you can see some other chubby fingers already diving into her sweet treat.
Pictures of the new Logos campus coming soon...stay tuned :).