We're in Korea, where it's really hot at the moment (which made me want to share a video of Noah feeding Eli in front of the fire in Cape Town, last week. Please excuse the Josh Groban. Or if you like Josh, please excuse me excusing him). We haven't travelled much during Eli's life, and we don't take it lightly. Last week, we suddenly felt like we were in a good enough space (getting more sleep, fewer tantrums, had enough money and time) to make the trip to Eug's mom, who has been missing the children a lot. There were cheap tickets leaving Wednesday so we went ahead and booked.
Before we left, this is what life looked like:
|We got Noah a 1/8 size violin for his birthday, because violin was a good part of my growing up and I wanted to see if he would like it to be part of his.
|Our sourdough bread is going better and better- this is 100% whole wheat and I've been experimenting with different ways of getting better taste and rise.
|Noah likes putting all these numbers on him, with Eli cheering him on.