- a spoon
- change of clothes
- a bottle to put the milk in
- the pacifier for nap time
- his nana (bedtime toy)
- that putting a blue ice thingie in the bag to keep the milk fresh would probably not go well since there isn't a seperate compartment for the diapers
At least we have some good news. Yes, Fry's spleen is a little larger than normal, but it's uniformly larger than normal and was very possibly caused by the really bad gastro he had. Nothing to worry about for now.
Meanwhile, I left Stéphane and Fry to run a couple of errands downtown. Since we got Fry's passport I had to stop by the travel agent's so she could enter our passport numbers into the system. Then it was off to Ellen, my favorite notions shop in Troyes, where I was very sorry to discover that it is going to close soon. Not only are they a great resource for all things sewing, but they had (and actually, still have as of this writing) the largest collection of buttons I've ever seen in a shop. They're currently in liquidation and I literally got the last scraps of linen they had in the place. This will do to start a project I'm working on, but I'm gonna need more eventually! There's another fabric shop in a suburb of Troyes that I'm going to check out sometime, and if all else fails there's always the famous fabric stores in Montmartre, Paris. Boo hoo, right?
On the way back to the car, I got to do something I've wanted to do ever since I moved here - I stepped into the church where Henry V and Catherine were married in 1420. To celebrate finishing the restoration of this 13th century church that has been closed so long Stéphane hasn't even been in it, L'église Saint-Jean-au-Marché (link in French) is celebrating with an exposition (link in English, ha HA!) of sculptures done in Champagne. The fee for the expo is 8€ and since Stéph was waiting for me with Fry and it was getting late, I was happy to finally just get in the door! But mark my words, I'll be back.