Mika is baptized at Mother Teresa Cathedral in Pristina, Kosovo.
Friends came to celebrate with us.

Mika is now 8 months old and loves to move around!

I pulled my motorcycle out of storage and it started right up. I love the sound of these pipes as they actually keep me safe on the highways.

Mikaela, with a little help from dad, dashes to her mom in the kitchen.

Mika has the funniest laugh. This is the first time dad was able to make her laugh this good. Mika is 6 months old.

Mika is six months old, and Senda wants to celebrate it. She makes muffins, gives her a balloon. Afterwards she is changed, and we head to the Albi Mall. After a few hours of fun, Mika fall immediately to sleep when she gets home.

Mikaela discovers her feet and can't keep her toes out of her mouth. She is quite the funny little five month old.

This is just a fun little adventure between Thata and Steve. She loses her boots and we chase them down in the snow just to find Steve and Thata building a snowman.

Special thanks to Kevin MacLeod for his funny song called: If I Had A Chicken.

Mika gets to enjoy, or some might say, tolerate, her very first Christmas with her parents and Aunt Thata!.

Pia is starting to laugh, talk (Baby Talk), and sing at three months old.
She is quite the funny little girl

Why we chose our new home

Cesar surprises his lovely wife, Lhanglang for her birthday. Cesar is an OFW and is a man still in love after all these years. Lhanglang and the kids are completely surprised and the tears fall.
What an amazing family. We love and miss you all.

A special thanks to Mak&Maw's Gift Shop. They made this occasion a timeless memory for the whole family.

You can visit Mak&Maw's Gift shop here

We finally decided to take the mittens off Mika to see how she would react to her hands for the first time. This is what happened.

MIkaela, Mommy, and Daddy, spend two minutes for a little tummy time while she is eleven weeks old.
Music is from Check it out!

While driving and taking the off ramp, a Kosovo driver decides he was ok to blast through a yield sign, forcing the van in front of me to hit the brakes. I barely missed him and was forced to go around him. The little car just kept going. Just a typical day in Kosovo

Senda and I arrive in a small coastal town in Western Italy.


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Steve and Senda who uses YouTube to document their time together, have come to realize, Google, Twitter, Apple, and other big tech companies are censoring and banning NON Alt-left channels. Though our channel is a family channel, we both believe in free speech and felt it was time to look for another platform and slowly remove our footprint from those mentioned companies.
We now use Firefox, deactivated our FB accounts, and as our phones die or need replaced, we will no longer use Apple or Google as our operating systems. We were told about BitChute and how they allow anyone on their platform. No censoring, and no banning.

We upload videos of us and how we have a good time, and yes, the challenges of being in a committed relationship.