Well the past week has been very busy. We've looked at about 16 condos and townhouses and we think we've found the one we want. Not quite sure yet, but we think. We're still going to look a little bit more. I know it's fast to most people for buying a home, however if we don't buy one before the military finds us housing we have to live on base. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's almost always better to buy than rent.

We've driven quite a bit with our real estate agent and seen parts of the island, but we think we're going to rent a car for a week or so so we can explore more indepth (our car is still on a boat). The military does a free tour of the island for all newcomers so we're going to go to that on Tuesday, it's all day and according to others it's quite thorough.

Seporah is growing bigger everyday. I'm not sure if you guys can tell from the pictures, but she is. She's also able to stay alert and awake at the same time. Which I really like and so does Steven. Before if she was awake she was eating and if she wasn't eating she was asleep. We've actually taken maybe 50 pictures of her awake in the past week, but she's so active and always moving that they're all fuzzy. Smiles are becoming a daily thing, we usually get one or two a day, we're waiting until they're whenever she's happy.

Seporah and I went to a Mom and Baby Yoga class, which was a lot of fun. There are so many classes and things to do on this base it's amazing. I think there's more than other bases, but I'm not sure. Maybe it's just because I never lived on base (currently we're in the Schofield Inn on base). Hawaii is very beautiful, it's very lush with LOTS of variety. Well that's about it, we'll keep you guys updated on house hunting.