Friday, June 30, 2017

Ton and her friend Sara feeding babies

She's actually very helpful than my own daughter...

Mo lost tooth at school

267 days old

 Masaki playing a toy on jiji's wrap
 Naoya playing with toy
 Masaki chewing on a straw
Naoya selfie
It was raining and asked Masami jiji to help carrying the babies to Appi, a local government's kids place up to age 3. They're still not moving a lot though it was good to leave the house for change.

Thursday, June 29, 2017

266 days old

Naoya had fever 5 days ago for a couple of days, and both of their tummies were loose and it wouldn't get better. I suspected lactose intolerance and asked papa to buy soy based formula. They didn't show any allergy nor dislike to it so they've been drinking it for the past 4 days. 

A video of Masaki just woke up, Naoya playing with toys here.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

261 days old

 Naoya with rash on his face
This is the only rash showed up after yesterday's fever. Nothing on his tummy nor back, etc...

Friday, June 23, 2017

260 days old

Naoya with very first fever. Grumpy, slept for about 6 hours during the day.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

259 days old

Big brother put a goggles on Masaki. Later their father did exactly the same not knowing he was recapturing this.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Playing at AIS

 Boys playing a game

 Babies in kiddy pool without water
Snack time!
Went for a surprise visit to AIS this afternoon with some of the old friends from there. Kids were grown, the space look smaller than when they used to be there, yet kids know how to play. They each went to their favorite corners in the room, jumped in an art class, had a cream puff break all together. Ton knows what's stored where, Mo knows which keyboard button has what sound, and the clean up music 10 min before closing! They'll miss this place. We all parents will miss this place. Hope to see Shinko, in a new gig...?!

Monday, June 19, 2017

256 days old

Masaki fell from tatami, and had bloody nose. Watched him over 24h, and he seems fine. Oh boy. He moves very fast and very quietly...
Can you tell which is which by now?

Sunday, June 18, 2017

255 days old

A video of papa having a pillow fight with babies here.

Friday, June 16, 2017

253 days old

 Masaki and Naoya with clothes from Donna

Second feeding of the day
A short video of them in action here.

Thursday, June 15, 2017

252 days old

First bagels at Maruichi. Teething is pretty bad.
They started crying often at night. A part of development of their brain. 

A video of Cycling Naoya on a baby chair at nursing room.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

251 days old

Naoya is getting ready for crawl, Masaki is a bit behind him but can roll both ways very quick.  A video of Naoya on all fours & Masaki rolling around here.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

250 days old

 Selfie babies

A short video of Masaki speaking here.

Monday, June 12, 2017

249 days old

 Masaki puling banana toy Naoya's chewing
 Masaki & Naoya
 Baguette chewing babies
 Naoya chewing baguette. Video here
Masaki chewing baguette. Video here.
Cookie eating Ton

Sunday, June 11, 2017

248 days old

 Mo with pillow Masaki
 Mo playing baybrade with Ryuei
 Ryuei's favorite Coco with whipped cream
 Lisa and Masaki
Lunch with buddies
Went for a walk with babies together with Mo as he was going to play with his friend. It was quite hot so we took a slow walk at Arisugawa park in shade. Started feeding babies twice a day now. Oh boy they poo very often...

Saturday, June 10, 2017

247 days old

 Papa & Naoya
Mo watching iPad

Friday, June 09, 2017

246 days old

 Masaki chewing on baguette
 Masaki selfie
Mo & Masaki

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

234 days old

 Masaki & Naoya

My follow up check up of diabetes at Aiiku Hospital. Blood test results says I'm not diabetic, but have to be careful with my weight, Dr. said. Oh well, it's been always like this when I was pregnant so won't be surprised. One thing to not worry about, though. On the way back home, stopped by Tiger Man, a space that family friend from kindergarten opened up recently, and had a short break from the heat.