We have a dishwasher here in our new home. It is almost a standard for a home here to install a dishwasher…and a microwave. We have not use it yet…as we still believe in the manual way of washing dishes and the dishwasher has became one of Mal’s new toy. He would open the door and helped himself to all his favourite pots and pans. It is lunch time and here he is…climbing right onto the dishwasher so that he can help Mummy take out his very own blue plate.
Finally managed to get some shots of one of our neighbour’s xmas light up. It had been cold and going out in the night to shoot pictures is not something I would like to do though I had long wanted to get some pictures on our brightly litted neighbourhood. We finally did it!
We were just outside our next door neighbour taking some picture of their beautifully litted reindeers….drinking water, suddenly someone dashed out of the door shouting “Hey! you” I was shocked and I guessed so was Mal. Oh, it was a false alarm, cos our neighbour, Debbie thought that it was some young punks trying to ruin their decor again cos just the other night, some prankster actually kicked off the decor outside their house. We all had a good laugh and Debbie’s husband was keen to invite us into their house to view more decor in their backyard.
He explained to us that they do this every year and we were right, it is some kind of a competition as they will see who will be the 1st one to light up their house and who will have the most lights on every year. It was fun and it sure was something very different from back home.
Malcolm petting Baby Nicole gently, he really loves babies.
Strike a pose, Metthew ! Doesn’t he look macho ? He’s only 2 month plus !
Baby Gathering (from left : Luke, Matthew, Alexis, Mal, Nicole)
Baby Matthew’s mummy with Mal.
It was baby Junette formal full month party at her house. It was not just a gathering for the adults but for the kids and babies as well. Our government will be very happy if the productivity rate back home is as good as here! Mal seems to be able to mix with the babies better than the older kids.