Friday, May 25, 2007


I'm sure the driving in most other countries isn't like the U.S., but I would be in sooo much trouble if I just hopped on the back of the truck with Thomas and some of our nephews and neices. Although it would be convenient sometimes.

But don't forget dropping the kids off at school on the scooter. We often see a father, mother, and three-four kids moseying around town on these. Sometimes Mom is cradling a small baby betwixt herself and the others.

Don't worry, we do have carseats.


Anonymous said...

All of your pictures and stories seem so exciting. I just checked your blog for the first time since you've bee back in Bali and can completely relate to the pool issue. Nathan was the jumper who thought he could swim...Rylie is the cautious step sitter (who has still not really jumped from the edge)...Logan has more than is looks in common with his brother. It is easy to deal with the jumper when he is the only kid, but I have come to be very thankful that Rylie is not a dare devil. I can trust that she'll be safe while I try to prevent Logan from swimming himself to the bottom of the pool. I got a smile reading your swimming adventures and it reminded me why I don't take my kids swimming by myself. Good Luck!
We miss you

Anonymous said...

I look forward to reading your posts - you do such a great job! It is so fun to read updates from your family as well as to learn a little about the Balinese way of life. I keep thinking that your family is going to have the best scrapbook/journal ever! How fun for the boys to be able to look back on their early years in such detail. With love from all, Kelli

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