Author Archives: Caleb and Becca
Our son, Benjamin, just turned 1! And being his parents, we documented the entire first year. You’ll notice that while our lives seem really exotic, living in Egypt and all, having a baby here is just about as “normal” as … Continue reading
Spring break took us to a not so distant land in terms of geography. It was, however, a fairly distant land in terms of political and social connectedness from our home in Egypt. Traveling around Israel/Palestine has been a lifelong … Continue reading
Last month, we opted to stay in continent and travel to the Kingdom of Morocco. The three of us spent hours and miles traveling around the country by car over the course of 12 days. We made several stops along … Continue reading
Howdy family and friends! Here’s a little video update to give you a glimpse into our 2017. You’ll probably figure out pretty quick who the star of it all was…we’re looking forward to new adventures ahead in 2018!
Our son, Benjamin, just hit the 6 month mark a couple of weeks ago, and it prompted me to think, “Maybe the world is curious what life is like raising a baby in Cairo?” So here you go, world! We … Continue reading
This summer was Benjamin’s first time on American soil, so naturally we had to take him coast to coast to show him the real deal! Barely 2 months old, he was a trooper as we tossed him from state to … Continue reading
If our son, Benjamin, could speak, he would tell you he’s from Egypt. No, he will not be an Egyptian citizen and likely will not speak Arabic like the locals do (although that would be nice!), but from his first … Continue reading
On my Google calendar, April 23rd reads “D-Day”. That gives us under one more month of just “us.” When friends and strangers ask us the proverbial, “Are you ready?”, our answer seems to always float between, “What does ready mean?” … Continue reading
This past Thanksgiving we traveled to Lebanon with some friends of ours here in Cairo. We had an incredible time. Here are some of the sights and sounds from our trip.