JB is "helping" me with this blog entry. He actually managed to lock the mouse key pad (something neither Ed nor I knew was possible), requiring a computer shutdown to escape from. We are so in for it! He is accidentally discovering all sorts of function keys I didn't know existed!
Most of the houses on our street have both day and night guards who all work for the same company.The guards on our street adore JB - and the feeling is mutual. One evening I was walking down our road with JB in the carrier, and every time I approached a guard, JB would start bouncing and giggling.
Our guard (on weekends) is Modou, in the middle. He has a little boy JB's age and is just terrific with him. JB will play and laugh with him longer than with most people!
JB getting the night guard look - quite the hat, eh?
Another favorite item from our shipment is our Xbox with Kinect (believe it or not, that was MY request for Christmas - and I convinced Ed that he needed a flat screen TV for Christmas). Here are JB and Daddy playing Xbox.
I make JB's baby food from steamed, pureed fruit and veggies. I think this is carrot and green bean. Looks like he's a fan!
This carrot is almost as big as he is!
For Lao New Year, my friend Melinda wanted to put on a New Year Party, and I wanted to have a curry paste making party and Mekong food party - so we joined forces, cooked from 10:30 till 5 while the husbands watched the boys, and ended up with quite the feast to share with friends!