This is the sign that welcomed him home in the front hall.
|I will never judge their English because it is WAYYYYYYY better than my Korean, but I just love the way they translate things because they don't always translate quite right. Have you ever wished someone happiness on their "natural life"? Love it! :)|
|C got tired of drawing with the crayons pretty quickly, so I asked him if he wanted to cut out and glue some pictures down instead. He was all over that!|
|...the best part about baking is licking the beaters!|
|He was waiting on T to get home and was wearing the HAPPY BIRTHDAY glasses to surprise him when he came in. :)|
|C has the "get up close and blow" move down pat. P, not so much. He just blew from him chair. We'll work on that. :)|
|Aren't we cute?! :) Yes, he is just as lovable and squeezable in person as he looks in this picture. :)|
|I love this picture. All I see is his adoration for his boys.|
I told T to bring us back some something from China. My souvenir was this... 2 big bags of Reese's mini cups from the airport in Shanghai. This really is so amazingly thoughtful on his part, because they do not sell Reese's in Busan and he knows these little ones are my fave! Love him!