Isaac looking so big sitting up in his stroller with his baseball hat!
For the record, Caleb is 21 months and Isaac is almost 8 months....just goes to show, babies all grow at their own pace and in their own time! Those growth charts are overrated and unrealistic in my opinion!
Wishing Rock. Those are all pieces of paper with wishes written and left.
More wishes hanging in the trees (pictured above).
Kimchi pots - this is what kimchi is left in to ferment.
Caleb is trying to learn the "traditional" Korean pose for pictures - the peace sign.
Traditional wedding ceremony - we didn't have very good seats, their backs were to us the whole time!
Caleb making Isaac laugh.
Our boys are regularly "stalked" by Koreans with large cameras wanting to take pics of the American kids. What they do with these pictures is beyond me - why would you want some random American in your photo album, regardless of how cute they are?!? We should seriously start charging. Or at least give out our email so we can get a copy of the pictures - check out that camera!
Gail trying her
back hand at carrying water.
Gail trying out the "treadmill"
When Caleb saw the horses, he immediately (on his own) started talking about his Oma (who loves horses and loves to ride). He wanted me to video for you mom! I thought it was sweet. I think he thought it was JoJo.
Caleb loved the horse show, or as he called it "horsie dance."
Pictured above is what we had for lunch.
Kidding. Although they do eat them here! This was an exhibit of a lady showing us how to make silk from it. Pretty cool.
Below is a clip from Caleb on the way home. It is fairly long, mostly I include it for the grandparents and family who might be interested. Caleb is telling me about the day - He starts out singing "twinkle twinkle little star and then you can hear him pretty well talking about the "horsie dance" and clapping for the guys riding. He also is trying to see a "tunnel" while we are on the bus (one of his favorite things right now). Enjoy!