I have to start off with these pictures of Selah because, well, she's just so stinkin' cute! She's sitting up well by herself now and has two teeth! She'll be 6 months old on Feb. 8th.
My boys are so proud of their little sister! They are always asking to hold her, and I often have to tell them to give her some room to breathe! It's great to know that she will be well cared for when the boys come a-knockin', as we know they will!
He wrote a new song for this Ugandan election season called "Museventy". He sang it quite a bit on the drive down south, especially as Museveni's posters became more and more prevalent.
He's a very smart kid and can point out Egypt, Liberia, Uganda, Ethiopia, South Africa, Madagascar and a few other African countries on a map thanks to his Auntie's help.
We usually go over this bridge on the way to Jinja (because it's the only way we know), but thankfully it was dry season and we were able to drive through the riverbed instead. I guess there are benefits to having no surface water across the region. We will probably need to find a new route come rainy season!
On the first day of our vacation we took a trip to Sipi Falls and stayed in a little backpacker outfit called the Crow's Nest. This was a short hike we took to a waterfall. It was overcast on that day or we would have gone in swimming!
The kids found a cave and were posing with their friend and our tour guide, Dennis. A couple of days later Izzy is still asking me, "Where's Dennis?"
The view from our hotel is beautiful! Here the kids are posing on our balcony in front of the Nile River. They have enjoyed a lot of swimming so far this week. Hopefully we'll complete a swimming crash course before vacation ends.