Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Adorableness of Children

These are some of the photos Steph Fowler took at her photobooth booth at the World Breastfeeding Week Picnic. I love ’em. Now don’t you wish you had had your kids photo taken by her? And three shots were only … Continue reading

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A Cheap Thrill in Bangkok (one that's appropriate for children…)

We spent the better part of the morning in Rot Fai Park (“Railway” Park – thus known for all the old train cars scattered about the grounds) on rented bicycles. It’s the large park just adjacent to Chattachuk Market at … Continue reading

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Happy Mother's Day

Here in Thailand, Mother’s day is celebrated when the Thai mother of all mothers, THE QUEEN, celebrates her birthday, which was last Wednesday, August 12. There are huge photographs and billboards of her everywhere and fireworks at night. We had … Continue reading

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Floating Market

[youtube=] We’ve been back in Bangkok for two days and we’ve just put my parents on the plane to Korea. Sue leaves for South Africa (where she’s giving a presentation at a conference) tomorrow. I should be able to get … Continue reading

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Island Photomontage

Just in front of our resort

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Ko Phi Phi

I can hear the waves through the window behind me. Songbae is already asleep (as is Ti-ti) and Bella is listening to another chapter of Harry Potter on my iPod. The room is comfortably cool (outside is still warm and … Continue reading

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Island Living

A couple days ago, my sister decided that a trip to the beach would be easier for the kidlets, rather than a trip to the jungle. And since Bella had been begging to go to Ko Phi Phi, Sue organized … Continue reading

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Hanging with the Family

It’s comforting to have extended family around 24/7. There is always somebody who wants to hold the baby. And in a few short hours the grandparents arrive from Korea. No shortage of love and cuddles here (no shortage of bouts … Continue reading

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Waldorf Songs for a Fall Playgroup

The day before I left for Thailand, I met with Devana and asked her to sing some the songs that I haven’t had a chance to record yet. She doesn’t mind singing for the camera, but prefers not to be … Continue reading

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Information Overload

When I first visited Sue here in Bangkok, I was overwhelmed and had trouble picking things out in the landscape. Like when Sue waved her hand over to this side of the street and said, “Oh that’s our favorite coffee … Continue reading

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