Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Baby Phoebe and Little Christina

Last Sunday, we celebrated Baby Phoebe's dedication at church. Afterwards, we spent a relaxing Sunday brunch with our small group and of course, I took the opportunity to take pictures of Baby Phoebe and Little Christina. Our small group is growing exponentially by the minute. Can't wait for the other babies (especially my nephew) to join us in the coming months.

Here is Christina taking care of Baby Phoebe.
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It's no longer Cabbage Patch Kids. These days, kids go straight to the iPhone.
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Christina enjoying her grape.
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Christina posing with Baby Phoebe.
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Introducing Baby Phoebe!
(As our Pastor said during the dedication, she has more hair than her dad!)
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Here, she has a puzzled look.
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I love her little foot.
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Baby Phoebe is pumping her fist and saying "Girl Power"!
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After a long morning, Baby Phoebe fell asleep in Cynthia's arms.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Little Mina

We were invited to brunch at Cousin Pat and Ben's this past weekend. Besides the delicious food, the real treat for me was taking pictures of their 1.5 yr old daughter, Mina. She was so cute, and loved to say "hi hi" and "dog dog". Also, Sally and Bonnie got to play with their dog, Akki.



Yummy smoked salmon frittata



Fresh berries


Mina!












Akki - don't you just love how she sits with her paws crossed?


As usual, Bonnie sits quietly while Sally scavenges for food


Also as usual, Sally made herself at home in another dog's bed.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Jenny's eyes are EYE-Okay!


Finally, after many years of contemplating, Jenny decided to have LASIK surgery. She went to see Dr. Edward Manche at Stanford Eye Laser Center and we were in and out of there in less than 45 minutes on surgery day. We didn't even have to pay for parking. They were nice enough to allow me to take some pictures and so here are some...

Smiling pre-surgery





Jenny's eye through the monitor


The tech putting in some eye drops



Putting on face masks in preparation for the surgery



All done! Jenny giving us the Eye-Okay sign!

To take care of my wife after surgery, I surprised her with Dim Sum from Joy Luck.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

TROUBLE Got Arrested!

Sally raised the (trouble) bar this weekend by being arrested by the Millbrae Police! Being just a mere 4-year old, Sally is having quite an adventurous life.

The arrest occurred on Saturday when Jenny and I decided to leave Sally in the car while having Dim Sum in Millbrae. Like any responsible dog owner, we parked the car in the shade with the windows open.

When we got back from Dim Sum about an hour or so later, we found a note on the car and Sally missing! Apparently, while we were gone, Sally was howling as usual and someone called the police. The police took Sally with them to the station and left us a note. (Sally does sound like a dying dog/seal when she howls, which anyone that has heard Sally can attest to.)


Sally's Mug Shot


After a long, stressful day at the police station, Sally needed some rest.

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