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I haven’t been blogging regularly for several months now. I had to take a blog break last autumn as my `spirited` baby girl refused to sleep or nap. Also because our building was and still is undergoing inspection, maintenance and construction. In Japan, buildings are required to have inspection and maintenance every 10 years to check for cracks, ensure it is still structurally sound, to beautify the exterior and interior of the building, etc.  This didn`t help sleep train my infant. I’ve also been busy traveling and taking care of my family. Now that I`ve established somewhat of a schedule for myself and my baby, it gives me some time to gather my thoughts and photos, and actually sit-down and write. Fingers crossed my baby girl keeps to a schedule.

Building Maintenance

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Building Maintenance



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