• Christmas Photos Part 1

    All families have some kind of Christmas photo tradition. Whether it’s going to the mall to get pictures done with Santa Clause or getting pictures taken by the tree or fireplace. Every family has a Christmas picture tradition. Ours started just a little after Andrea was born back home (in Canada). Our close friends gave us the gift of a photo session at their house as our Christmas present and

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  • My thoughts on the 2018 Seoul Private Kindergarten CRAZINESS

    Over the past few weeks, the Ministry of Education in Korea announced the corruption of private kindergartens located in the major cities of Korea. They intentionally (and I say this “intentionally” part with emphasis because I personally do believe that they are doing this for a reason and a purpose) released a list of private kindergartens in Seoul and other major cities of Korea that stated violations and false use

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  • Seol i Slime 셜이슬라임

    So last Friday I was lucky enough to participate and attend the opening of a SLIME cafe. This SLIME CAFE thing is so BIG in Korea right now. Even adults go in and play with slime for an hour. The concept of the CAFE is that you make your own slime, add the desired parts and sprinkles. Then play with it and take it home when you’re done. I thought

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  • 추석 Chuseok

    It’s not every day you get to spend time with family. And by “family” I don’t mean, your children, husband or wife. I mean people like your father-in-law’s brother. Or your mother’s sisters and their children. I don’t get to see my cousins as much as I want to here in Korea. We’re just all too damn busy for everything. But when it comes to ChuSeok, the Korean Thanksgiving holiday,

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  • [JEJU] August 2018

    Back in August, Kaden and I decided to take a summer trip somewhere with ALL THE KIDS. Yeap. ALL THREE. There were lots and lots of places we narrowed down to. First we really wanted to go to Japan but because of the earthquakes and the thought of using public transportation during the trip just wasn’t going to work so we crossed it out. Then there was Austria. I always,

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