字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Today is a big day. What is happening today? I get to walk with Becca and Anna to school. You're walking with Becca and Anna to school. And we are going to go back with each other. Welcome to our house! We don't have any kids here right now. Has that ever happened before? So all four kids are in school now and we are still adjusting, especially Joshua. Especially Joshua. He still has a rough time. Because he was Momma's boy for a long time! But Sarah is super excited about first grade, walking with her sisters to school. Awe. My girls are home. All together at the same time. It was so fun! We're going to go to Kura sushi Yay!! Oh my goodness. It's sushi time Whatcha got there Beckster? Salmon. How about you Sarah? Chicken nuggets. And Anna, french fries. Ohh, and Daddy, yes. We've all been quarantined for a long time. It has not been good for the ol' belly. And Ruth's such a wonderful cook, baking wonderful things, and I'm there eating them all day long. So now...counting calories. I'm taking 21 days, I'm counting all my calories, starting to add all that up and seeing where all my calories are coming into play. It is no joke. It takes at least twice as long to prepare your meal when you are counting the calories and weighing everything. And getting it just right because I usually do everything by eye. Chips and salsa. Had to count the chips, weigh out the salsa, weigh out the margarine that is on the grilled cheese. All of that. So my lunch today comes out to an even 600 calories. I'm going to make sure to enjoy these calories right here. How was school today? Good. Good? How was lunch? Well, there was a special jelly. Was it good? It was like lemon jelly. Jelly in the bowl. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle jelly in the bowl. So every afternoon when the kids all get home, I collect all their items and do a big load of laundry. And hope that it doesn't rain overnight so that everything can dry. So, here's all the masks. Gotta wash masks every day! The next morning we send it all back to school. Ok, we'll see you guys later! On Fridays, they bring home their indoor shoes, they bring home even more things. Momma-chan is just chilling'. The weekends are our chance to relax a bit and enjoy more time with friends and family. At parks, On-line for birthday parties You have a birthday hat? Ok, now let's see what Sarah's got for us. What are those? Rollie Pollies. Or just out front, cooling off on a hot day. It's beginning to fell a lot like summer! There is some crazy silliness going on here. Let's dance. Carry me. Don't drop me. Monday morning is like a mad rush trying to find sports clothes, indoor shoes, all their lunch things, make lunches Find all their school books and all their homework, take temperatures, Plus make sure they all look dressed nice, have their hair brushed and teeth brushed Ahhh! And there is 4 of them! So, it's a little bit crazy sometimes, but it is so fun! Don't put it on my bed! Did you get lots of homework today guys? No, no, no, no. Not that much. Always I have this kind of homework. Good thing your sisters help you huh? Have you had any kanji tests recently? Um hum, I got all 100%. All 100% on your kanji test? Awesome! Daddy, look at these front teeth and see if they are coming through. Are they? I don't know. They are not quite there yet are they. When will they come through? I don't know. Like 1000 more days! I hope not that long. It shouldn't be that long. How did you do today? Good. Good? I stopped then I cried then I stopped then I cried then I stopped then I cried. Wow, you cried quite a lot, huh? I'm so proud of you big guy. High five! Going to school, doing a good job. I have a super special surprise waiting for the kids. The other day I went to a BookOff here, a used electronics store and I was able to buy a used WiiU Nintendo's most unpopular system But the reason why this is so cool is because we can play Windwaker, a Zelda game That Ruth and I played right after we got married and we loved it so much And it will be our Japanese practice together as a family because we are going to play it all through in Japanese. Its the only option on this, but they don't know that we got it yet. (Reading in Japanese.) And this is part of my Japanese homework here. (Speaking in Japanese.) That fox is very cute. Yes! We do family devotion time together and tonight Anna is picking the song. This is your choice, huh? I know that you are always up to something good. Those who live in the shelter of the most high will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. This I declare about the Lord, He always is my refuge, my place of safety. Ok, time for some special talents. Alright Anna, lets see, can you move your eyebrows up and down? Oh, very good, ok Becca, let's see Becca. Oh, alright! Wow, that's intense dude! Let's see. Mommy, can you? Daddy, daddy, can I do it for you? Just to move the eyebrows up and down? Ok, here we go. Not going daddy. You can wink one eye. Good for you! They can all do it except for us! Do you guys remember the story I told of when mommy and daddy got married What was one of the things that was so special? When you played Zelda. We played a Zelda, didn't we. What if we got an older nintendo that has the old Zelda on it. And it's all in Japanese. Daddy's going to play it Joshua's all ready. That's a huge surprise Daddy. (Speaking Japanese) This is some fun Japanese study here. So everything is a pretty major adjustment. And even though we have lived here six years, we are still adjusting to things and learning things. I don't think the learning process will ever really stop, but we'll get more and more adjusted as time goes on. Ready to go to school, huh? Yes? Wow, check out that hat Anna. Life in Japan.