It's starting to look more like fall.
Nara Discovers Her Feet
Kids are funny. They really don't see
the world the same way we do. Obviously they don't have the
cultural references or language yet, but they haven't really figured
out everything about their bodies. One day Nara found her feet.
We usually dressed her in footed sleepers so naked feet were only
available at changing time. That mean that every time we changed
her, her feet went in her mouth. Those little hands aren't that
coordinated either so there are a number of misses, but she is
obviously happy when it all comes together.
Thanksgiving On the Island
When you have a baby, it's important that you don't
let the details of life chain you to your house and habit. Going
to the Island (when it was just Helen and I) used to be an easy affair
- we both pack some clothes and basically go. When you mix in a
Baby, it becomes a car filling affair. Even with the effort, it's
important to get out and visit people.
We had brunch at the Kingfisher - the local spa/resort. It's an
amazing spread so I'm always amazed that people agree to have their
photos taken afterwards.
UBC Apple Festival
One year, many years ago, David and I were biking
around UBC and we stumbled onto the apple festival. At that point
it was small, free and a cool find. Given that fall can be short
or reasons to get outside, the Apple Festival turned into a bit of a
tradition for me. This year we added Nara!
Tags: UBC Botanical Garden(2), pumpkin(2), produce(1)
People: Nara(8), Helen(2), Justin(2), Kayla(2), Edna(1), Janet(1)
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