Qumi and grandma took the girls to a local zoo where they got to meet some goats for the first time. Looks like they had some fun.
It has been a hectic couple of months, difficult to get time to post up here, but hopefully the last couple will make up for it. We are all home, safe and sound and settling back into a routine. After that last flight, we will have to really think hard about dragging the girls on another plane anytime soon. We are going to wait till grandpa comes for a visit to see where he will be taking us in Sept or Oct.
We replaced our maid and still going through a new learning curve, its amazing how comfortable you can get in a current routine only to have to start over again with someone new. Anyway – no regrets and we are moving forward.
The gang is all here
Kaitlin enjoying a bar on the 27th floor in downtown Tokyo
So peaceful when they sleep
Sharing or fighting, I am not sure
Grandma, 2 great aunts, 1 aunt and uncle and a cousin – and of course mommy in the middle.
Enjoying some sunshine in Fukushima
Enjoying the plane ride up to Japan. The staff at ANA were great and very friendly both trips. The girls loved the trip up to Japan, but hated the trip back down. We were that family in the front of the plane with 2 screaming babies for 9 and a half hours.
A great shot of the girls with their grandpa and great-grandpa.
Casual and relaxed leaning in that little corner
Since the twins were born, I was able to avoid traveling for a while, but that finally caught up with me. This is why Qumi and the girls spent a month in Japan.
I traveled just over 50,000 km during the month of march to 4 countries (5 if you count HK separately). It was a lot of time in the air and caught up on all my movies. For those of you that have never traveled in Asia, I created a short video to show you just how big it really is.