January 2014 was 4 months ago but truly some of these pictures seem like they were just yesterday... where does time go? For the month of May I promised all the female Grandparents that I would blog every single day in this month as a mother's day present to them... As of yet I am still true to my word. I say that bc all these pics below are loaded with a lot of fun, stories, history, points and more but I am on a time restraint here so I am sorry you will have to use your imagination for most of them...
We are really trying to teach Pierce the art of saying Thank You... we strongly encouraged him to write thank you cards for all his birthday presents... He did a great job and actually enjoyed doing some of them... thanks to ViVi and GD he had these really cool cards to use. These pics below I tried to capture the moment as I was doing my Korean homework, Pierce was doing his. We were both sharing a cup of Chai Tea and a pumpkin roll... I love this little man.
Pierce self portrait painting.
The kid loves sushi... even fresh from the grocery store.
I just love to see our little one sleeping... so precious right?
Get ready to laugh out loud... Just one of the fun moments between brothers in the back of the car.
One of my sweet friends in CA mailed us a birthday package that included these story rocks for Pierce... he still enjoys playing with them and making a story.
Us adults had a date night for my birthday... one of the best steaks I have had in Ulsan... isnt' it pretty.
One of my sweet friends from college sent this to me on my birthday... makes me smile every time.
Very interesting photo... A graph to show the Best School and the Happiest Kids (which country). You should click on this picture (blow it up) and take a look... I have only been a part of three different countries school systems (which is not a lot) but this graph seems to be accurate from what I know). Interesting.
A friend here had a baby... and we women expats love babies... we threw baby Jonah a shower and I got to be at the hospital when he entered the world.
I did not get to see the baby that well bc I did not want to get in the way but this is the dad showing me a pic of Jonah.
International Day at school with the USA table fully loaded and ready for the hungry munchkins.
And there are not enough words to express how much I miss these two... counting down the days until I can get my hands on them.