Sunday, March 30, 2008

Malcolm's trip to Science World...

I'm not sure if Malcolm even knew where he was, but from Roger's account he sure was happy! Shrieking sounds of joy, he roamed around the different exhibits with his cousin Carol.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Happy Easter everyone!

Well, we had a very nice dinner on Sunday with the family. Tracey even arranged a fun Easter egg hunt for all the kids. I even managed to find an egg today filled with chocolate. Roger said that it was lucky that he saw me find it or else I may have gotten sick from eating the eggs. Tracey has left for a conference in Florida for four days. She's going to have a chance to visit Disneyworld too. I can't wait to see what she brings back! Here are some pictures from this past week.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Happy Birthday Obiwan!

Three years old today, that's what I am. Roger said that in dog years that 21, now I can go to Vegas and gamble anytime. Happy birthday to me!

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

tear staining....

Roger's noticed a lot more tear staining in the last little while. He and Tracey have decided to order some more Angel Eyes for me. There was a dramatic improvement the last time I used the product, so hopefully we'll have the same results this time. It is believed that the actual cause of tear staining is a common yeast infection caused by excess tearing. When the face hair is wet it is a breeding ground for bacteria and yeast. One of the most common yeast infections is Ptyrosporin or Red Yeast which causes a deep reddish-brown stain around the eyes and mouth. I've had this discoloration for a few weeks now, hopefully the product will make things better.

In other news, Roger has a mild cold again and Malcolm is still coughing a bit. With the onset of the good weather I hope everyone will be back to 100% soon. Luckily Malcolm is still sleeping regularly from 7:30pm - 7:30am.

Tomorrow Malcolm will be 16 months old. So many developments since last month, namely independant walking! He's also learning a few words and knows several different signs. He can sign for food, more, milk, water, and cookie. The sign language has been very helpful in communication. It's quite amazing what he actually understands. Roger does his best to speak as much Korean as he can, Malcolm seems to understand that as well.

Here are some more pictures from the past week or so.

Mmmmm.... I like noodles.