On July 1st we celebrated our third Canada Day in Japan. I made poutine and the boys tried it for the first time. Theo seemed to really like it, but as always with anything containing potatoes, William was not too excited.
Rosie was happiest of all with her piece of barbecued corn on the cob.
Even though we barbecue A LOT in the summer, we occasionally head over to the local 100 yen sushi restaurant to change things up a bit. The boys decided that during this meal they would be sushi zombies.
Rosie, who can never be left out of their shenanigans, tried her hardest to be a sushi zombie too.
We've also been working on removing the training wheels from Theo's bicycle. He has been wanting us to do this for a while, but his balance still needs a little work. Here he is taking a popsicle break on one of our biking trips.
Summer time at our house means trying to avoid using the air conditioner as much as possible. Instead I boot the kids outside and let them splash around in the kiddie pool if they get sweaty.
|"I yam wot I yam and that's all wot I yam!"|
Inspecting a large caterpillar we found on the bike shelter.
The Japanese star festival, Tanabata, is held on July 7th. People write wishes on coloured strips of paper and hang them along with paper cut into pretty shapes and designs on a young bamboo tree. Here are the boys posing in front of a Tanabata tree we found at a local department store.
And that's a little glimpse into our world these past few weeks. Hopefully I'll be able to get a real post up soon!
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