Wednesday, September 24, 2008

More Video...

Malcolm hasn't been feeling well the past few days, but luckily whatever he had has now passed. I think it was a stomach bug, but we're not really sure. His eating habits have sure been less than desirable these days. I wish I would get some of the things that are offered to him. Some of the main staples like rice and toast have been met with strong opposition. Roger and Tracey try to feed Malcolm the best things, whole grains, organics, fruits and veggies, too bad the little sucker doesn't want to cooperate. Here is some video and pictures from the past week.

Walk in the park. from Obiwanhavanese on Vimeo.

Malcolm wearing Tracey's sunglasses.
Here's the happy boy back.
This is a picture that Chad took a few weeks ago, Malcolm and the Wii.
Here's me.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Happy Anniversary Roger and Tracey.

It's been three years since that warm and sunny September Day. Happy Anniversary to Roger and Tracey. Here's some video shot with Roger's anniversary present the new Canon HF100 HD camcorder:

Monday, September 15, 2008

Slides and kites....

Malcolm and the family took a little break from visiting all the trains and decided to try something different. We went to a different playground and even headed all the way out to Richmond to meet up with the cousins. Here are some pictures from the past weekend.

After a few unsuccessful tries Malcolm is finally beginning to master the slide. Tracey and Roger have been trying to get Malcolm to try some advanced climbing at the playground. He really loves the slide.
This is Joseph's new kite, it's a Pirate Ship. It took some time to assemble as the instructions were left behind, but Roger and Glen persevered to get it together and up in the air in no time. Here's Nicole and Joseph taking it on it's first flight.
There were lots of families flying kites at Gary Point Park. Here's Nicole waiting for her turn.

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Good weather to kick off the first weekend in September.

Roger has always hoped that Malcolm and I become good buddies. I guess he always wanted Malcolm to grow up having a good dog by his side (mainly cause he didn't grow up with a dog, even though he really wanted one). I'd have to say that the relationship is that of mutual understanding. We do get asked that quite often, "How does Obi get along with Malcolm" and for the most part Tracey and Roger both say "they both keep out of each-other's way." To be very honest I didn't know what it meant to have a baby brother, I've never had one before. In fact, in the beginning when Malcolm first came home from the hospital he would cry in the middle of the night, and I really didn't know what to think of it. I would run to his crib and cry along side him (Roger and Tracey thought it was cute). Now as Malcolm grows up things are changing, he's become more interactive and has even started verbally communicating. Today for the first time he told me to "Sit" and gave me a treat. I think as he gets older and starts to understand more, we will be good friends and it's not just about keeping out of each-other's way. We're all a part of one happy family here, I love Malcolm and I've begun to understand that he loves me too (Have I mentioned that he's even started tickling me on my tummy?). Here are some pictures from the past week.

Roger and Tracey bought Malcolm a potty, he's started to sit on it, but hasn't done any business yet.
Here's Malcolm at Bear Creek Park playing at the water park.
Roger and Tracey thought Malcolm would enjoy the train at Bear Creek, he was very excited to go through the tunnel.
Last week they went back to the Burnaby Railway at Confederation Park. That kid and trains, I tell ya.