A toast to my friend Shannon Joy’s blog, Why living in utah county sucks! She was spot on with this, so I had to share.
Oh the joys of culture shock.
Here’s another one of my favorites. Same Photo shoot, she’s about 6-ish weeks old here. One of the rare moments she was sleeping during their photo shoot. She is usually a phenominal sleeper! But when it comes time to take her pictures.. well.. she decided she did NOT want her picture taken, and she did not want to sleep! Such a little diva already.
One of my favorites from our baby photo shoot with Terina Matthews! (You can view her amazing photographs here http://www.terinamatthewsphotography.blogspot.com/ )
This was Kendi at about 5 1/2-6 weeks old.
I’ve decided to give this whole ‘blogging’ thing a try. Why not? It may be something I find I thuroughly enjoy, and it may end up being something I detest! Guess we’ll find out and see.
You may be asking yourself why I have decided to call this “nataka pepsi.” Interestingly (or not interestingly, depending on your sense of humor) the first thing I requested to learn in Swahili was “I want.” (I understand this is not the most polite way of saying it, however it was easier for me to remember at the time.) I also have a slight addiction to Pepsi, so, the phrase I would often say, whether it was true or not, was “Nataka Pepsi!” Meaning, I want Pepsi! Unfortunately for you, this blog has nothing to do with Pepsi, but is more of a story on my & my families weekly/daily activities for our family (and some friends) to keep up! (because we are both obviously incredibly busy people.. or something;) )
So. That’s it. This is my first (fairly short & uninformative, I know) blog post! Blog Written: Check! Now time to get some pictures up!
Pendo & Asante!