I always heard that the laws in Singapore were tough. I just hope that the punishment for breaking any of these rules is not caning! 🙂
Over the weekend, Kim, Lucas and I were heading for lunch after running some errands. We weren’t quite sure where the restaurant was and I ended up turning the wrong direction.
I didn’t drive more than a half block before Kim told me to look up on the right. When I looked, I saw a really amazing sign of an airplane flying out of a building.
The sign was for a travel agency.
A wrong turn ended up becoming a fun photo-op thanks to Kim spotting the plane sign!
While walking around SoHo in New York City we came across this awesome sign. It was in the window of Giggle, a baby store.
I thought it would make for a good photo with Lucas. It pretty much sums up our thoughts for traveling with a baby. Lucas has not held us back, he has been a great travel partner!
When Kim got pregnant many people commented on how things would slow down for us in terms of travel. I never listened to these remarks and always said how we plan to still go away multiple times each year. The question would then be- with the baby??? My answer was always a firm yes. I have always seen families traveling with infants so why couldn’t we?
The other day I ran into a neighbor that I had not seen in a few months. She asked how Lucas was and then made a comment about us not traveling. I told her how great Lucas was doing and then went on to tell her about our trips we had taken. I also mentioned our upcoming trip to Southeast Asia. After each trip that I spoke about she asked “with the baby”, was he coming along? When I told her yes she was surprised and impressed that we were still getting to travel.
On our two trips (flying) to date with Lucas we’ve definitely had to slow down a little. There are stops needed for feeding and changing but otherwise Lucas has been a great travel partner.
I don’t feel like we had to pass up many experiences or missed out on much so far.
- Barbados- 3 months old
- South Dakota- 6 months old
Tomorrow we leave for Southeast Asia and Lucas just turned 7 months old this past Saturday. We’ll be flying in business class thanks to our mileage collecting! (This should be a great experience in itself!)
We will be visiting:
- Bali, Indonesia
- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hopefully we’ll get in another little adventure before his first birthday!
I love seeing ridiculous/ funny street signs! This sign was spotted while wandering around Tallinn, Estonia. We were walking near a park and it was near a patch of grass. I guess there is no better way to get the message across not to pee or poop in public than in a nice sign! They were nice enough to also have a sign pointing to what direction the bathroom is.