It has taken a bit of time to get the myriad of photos together from the wedding. But here they are.
Here are some photos of Stephen in his new gear.
Aya has been sending photos every week and so i saved them up to put on a new slideshow. Stephen just turned eight months on October 26 – these shots are from September and October so he is six and seven months old.
Here are some great photos that Aya sent the other day.
Here’s the gallery link with comments on the photos.
Have just returned from two months with wee Stephen and the family. We had the most amazing time. Went to the province where his grandparents live for two weeks. It is about twenty clicks from the Kep on the Gulf of Thailand. We had a wonderful time.
I have put up a new gallery of photos. Enjoy.
Below is a photo slider but the gallery link gives photo titles but comments are only available on on the post page or on the gallery itself not on individual photos.
Do you remember BabyBugzz Umbrella? Back in the far and distant past when I travelled to Thailand I brought back the traditional bug umbrella that they use to protect little ones from the biting creatures. Well, Nourn and I bought one at the market before the birth and we use it every day. The thread of time connects us to our experience.
This one has a cute dinosaur caricature. Very cute. Is it time for the rebirth of the BabyBugzz Umbrella? I find it really fun and interesting that after all these years I am still impressed with the simplicity and usefulness of this bug protection device. BABYBUGZZ forever!
At 7:25 on February 26th, 2014 a son was born to Joseph MacLean and Sem Sirnourn at the Sorphea Maternity Hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. After a long and somewhat difficult time for Nourn (prounced Newen) the wee boy was born – weighing in at 3500 grams. While the wonderfully attentive, kind and really professional support team (yes, team) worked on Nourn to close off the proceedings I was handed my first son and for the next hour I held him in my arms, thanked the heavens and all the divinities I could name for a hale and hearty son and introduced myself to my first born.
Here are some more photos from that magic first day:
In Cambodia they put a touque and mittens on a newborn. I love this as being a Canadian I immediately thought – well, touque and mittens – well he’s Canadian already!!