It was taken the day after we arrived in Cambridge. We have now been here for three weeks and I finally feel like we are settling in.
Things are finding their place and there are places to put our things. This is Ben's corner.
|The kids' bedroom. We put them together not only for their own sense of security but also so the 3rd bedroom can act as a study/guest room for any of you who would like to come to stay.|
I am slowly but surely getting more comfortable cycling in Cambridge...staying on the left side of the road and am digging my new wheels. Jakob loves the trailer too! Ella....well, she's getting better.
I am about 1 in 20 that wear a helmet. Not only do I feel safer but how can I expect my kids to wear one if I didn't? The bike trailer cuts down our commute time to Jakob's school by about 20 minutes and by the time he is settled in his class, I am ready for second breakfast. I have alluded to it before but for those that knew he busyness of our life in Three Hills can imagine how much I am loving life here in Cambridge. I have no responsibilities outside of my family and no agenda beyond getting Jakob to and from school. I drop him off at 9:00am and since most of the toddler activities don't start until 10am, it allows for a leisurely mid morning coffee hour. Cliche as it may be, our favourite place has been the Starbucks at Market Square. I love watching the people in the market and it is cheaper than the place you see across the lane. Sadly, we may be the only people in Cambridge that drink drip coffee.
Today we checked out yet another play group at Eden Baptist followed by a picnic in Christ's Pieces with some friends. It has turned out to be a gorgeous day despite the foggy start and the week is only supposed to get better!