Feb 02

Daily Pics: Laksa Night

by in Australia

Our days are packed with so many activities that by night’s end we are exhausted. It’s a lovely feeling, days so full of things I want to do, people to see and places to be. Poor English Hubby has been working at home whilst Baby Boy O and I scoot all over town. Today we took our first Melbourne train ride together, off to Richmond to meet Cookes for lunch. Aunty Cycle Janice and Uncle Nurse Kev came over for laksa dinner and chats on Darwinism at its best. Add a couple of bags of chips, Vietnamese sweeties, fresh cut mango and a tub of salted caramel ice cream and tummies are way full before bed. 

 

Baby with papaya and surprise look on face

What?! No more food?

 

Baby at mordialloc train station

Introducing Baby Boy O to Melbourne public transportation

 

Baby and mum looking out train window

Someone loves looking out the window

 

Football art in Richmond

Richmond

 

Baby held by man crying

Don’t you know I’m famous?

 

Poached than fried egg

Had to try this place because it had Rambo in its name

 

Grandma reading baby A Bumbelbee book

Loving the present from Poh Poh

 

Grandma feeding baby

Loving the doughy sweetness of a bao more!

 

Baby playing with buckets held by Aunty

Cuddles with Cycle Janice

 

Baby playing buckets on table

Build it up just to tear it down

 

Baby playing with red packets

More to add to the baby bank account. Thank you!

 

Auntie feeding baby a nectarine

Pre bath time feeding frenzy continues

 

Woman with tub of ice cream

What are the rest of you having?

 

Sisters sitting at dining table

Sisters (junior)

 

Mum with her sister

Sisters (senior)

 

Yesterday’s post: Building

Tomorrow’s post:

 

 

 

One Response to “Daily Pics: Laksa Night”

  1. From crazy aunty Janice:

    Thanks very much for such a beautiful evening. It was nice to have a family meal together. It was a joy to see you and Julian again ( lost count how long)and meeting gorgeous Oliver was the highlight of the evening too..

    Posted on Tuesday, 3 February 2015 at 5:16 am #

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