Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Lilypie Expecting a baby Ticker

Baby is kicking like a football player for the first time! Michael got so excited he nearly fell off his chair!

The "BEFORE" and The "HALF WAY AFTER" Picture

The "BEFORE" picture was taken one month before I got pregnant.

The "HALF WAY AFTER" picture was taken last week at Snoopy island. Here, as you can see, I am 20 weeks pregnant. Quite a bump I would say! It is a great feeling...

Family on Holiday in Dubai:

Our family came for a short visit. We had a blast! We went everywhere and as usual we ate a lot. It is always great to have family around. We went snorkeling in Khorfakan ( Snoopy island). We visited the old souqs and stayed on the beach and the pool almost every day. I miss them already!

My Work...

What do you think?

I had so much fun painting it, it is full of colours and textures. I just framed it last night and now it lives in our living room!

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Eid Camping in The Desert:

This year, we decided to stay away from the beach and the crowded areas: fantastic, no quadbikes, no loud speakers. Silence was deafenening as Michael put it.

We drove off-road for less than an hour to find a good bowl between the dunes which was quite sheltered.

Yep, this was our wood which we managed to burn throughout the night.

We had the biggest engineered fire I have ever seen, the guys had fun shaping it between pyramid, square and triangle.
We even had roasted chestnuts and marshmallows, hmm, yummy.

Zzzzzzz...Sleeping Eskimo style. You would think we've landed in the North Pole.

I just love sleeping under the stars and believe me they were quite bright. It is so great to run away from the city and enjoy nature. I wanted to share this magical sunrise with you.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Photo taken from Hard Rock Cafe.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Fact and Photo of The Month:

No, I don't know who that baby is but he seems he is having a blast! Don't you think?

Fact of the Month:

At 15 weeks, a fetus is still small enough to fit into the palm of your hand and they develop a sensitivity to light and a bad case of the hiccups, a precursor to breathing. A pregnant woman can't hear them because his/her system is filled with fluid rather than air but eventually it will be surprisingly felt.