Josh saw on TV a place in Busan that made Rainbow Grilled Cheese and asked me to make him some. Josh must think I’m a magician or something… cause he kept asking me to make it over and over again. So I got some food coloring and pizza cheese and made this snack for the kids. They loved it.
Andrea had Scarlet Fever.
I think she caught it in the play area at the hospital.
Results come out tomorrow but we’re pretty sure its Scarlet Fever.
Made this for Josh.
But he still keeps asking “how many days till Christmas???”
He’s so happy!!!
The first day of our December started with a lunch date with my parents. My mom’s birthday is in December and my dad’s in February so we met together on a day Kaden didn’t go to work and had lunch together.
We went to Gourmet Tree in Keum Ho Dong. It’s a nice little Western restaurant that serves salad, soups, sandwiches, pastas, and steaks.
Ever since Tyler turned 6 months old, all three kids have been sick. Tyler got it the worst.
Tyler had bronchitis and when that got better, he got the cold that Andrea had, and then Josh got it.
Andrea is getting better now but Tyler is still sick. It seems like he’s been sick for almost a month now.
Josh has it too but it’s just a light cold for Josh. But for Tyler, it’s like a stuffy nose, runny nose, cough and fever at night.
I hate it when they get a fever at night and can’t sleep. Yesterday, I ergo-ed him and I slept sitting on the sofa.
I hope this all goes away soon.
Lord be with us!
Tyler has started his solids.
It’s week 3.
He’s eating green beans now.
I use the Korean rice mixture with the puree.
It makes it a bit softer for the beginning of solids.
Not just growing pain, but PAINS with an S, because I have three.
This was last Saturday. Andrea’s daycare was participating in an event with the SUNG DONG GU’s private daycare association and so they were doing a little performance at 서울숲 (Seoul Forest?? I don’t know the English name for that place). Anyways, Andrea started getting car-sick on the ride there and when we got there, we didn’t have enough time to settle in, she had to go right on stage. So she started crying….
Cried through the whole song.
Tyler is 4 months old!! Can you believe it?!?!
It seems like it was yesterday I gave birth to this little monster..!!!
Since he turned 4 months old, we decided to take some pictures. I think we’re going to take pictures like this every month with him so that we can put it into our albums or photo books.
Getting ready in the mornings is so easy for Josh. He always wakes up t 6:30am and starts his day before everyone.
He gets up, eats his breakfast, brushes his teeth, washes his face and then puts his clothes on for kindergarten.
On this day, the sun was beautiful, the sky was blue and pure.
It was such a nice day, I just had to take the camera out with me.
Walking Josh to the school bus stop has become a big part of our daily routine.
In the Korean culture, we celebrate the 100th day of a child’s life. Why? Well, some say it’s to thank the child for living the full 100 days. Long ago when there wasn’t enough food and diseases that used to spread so fast, it was hard to keep a child alive for more than 100 days. So people would make a 100th day table full of goods and food for the GODs and thank them for keeping the child healthy.
Some say that it’s just to celebrate the child’s 100th day because 100 is a good solid number.
Other’s say it’s to give thanks and to wish for the child to live until he or she is 100.