Cailyn's umbilical stump fell off last night, YAY for that - its kinda gross. (Mark kept asking me if I wanted to keep it...like Meet the Fockers how they kept the foreskin) To celebrate this she had her first real bath, which she loved!!
We now will wait about a week for DNA results. Once the High Commission gets the results they will start the passport process. We hope to have the passport by September 7th, fingers crossed!
This evening my buddy Nilesh came over and we had a meal together. I worked with Nilesh in Canada and we have remained in contact since. He is from Hyderabad but his head office is in Gurgon, close to the airport. I had hoped to get a pic of him and Caylin but the time flew and it slipped my mind. He brought some beautiful pink girlie gifts for Cailyn which was so generous and sweet.
The ongoing support of Anna Hazare trickled into GK1 today and the supporters took over M Block market. The activity remains calm at Hazare's request. The people of India love Hazare, so, we will see how the government reacts over the coming days. Hazare is 84 and has been on an 11 day hunger strike. His health is a big concern now and the police have asked him to minimize how much he speaks to the 100'000's supporters in an effort to save his energy. It is indeed an interesting time to be in India!