Thursday, October 29, 2009

William's 100 Day Party!

A few weeks ago, we got to celebrate William's 100th day old. It's a big celebration day in Korea when a baby turns 100 days old. Enjoy the pictures.



Look at all the yummy food we had! Mijoung is such a good cook.

















Playing Catch Up

I don't know why it's been so hard for me to get around to blogging these days. Here are some pics from a LONG time ago.


THANKSGIVING POINT DINOSAUR MUSEUM w/ Cousins and Grandparents

Dig, Dig, Digging

Anna and Jacob
Reed and Emily
Haley and Stripey
Haley
John and Reed
Chloie
Anna with Grandma in the background
Britton and Anna
Scary Haley
Cute Haley with crazy hair


CHERRY HILL ELEMENTARY CARNIVAL

Haley and Chloie
Haley and Chloie
Britton and Isaac
Britton and Isaac

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Attracting Nocturnals

Britton came in the other day and said, "I wish I was nocturnal."

I just smiled, but I was thinking, "You mean you're not?"

He has never been a good sleeper. He's always been a night owl. He can stay up and up and up. It doesn't matter what we do to try to enforce an early bedtime, he just isn't tired. If he has a sleepover with cousins or friends, he is always the last one asleep. If we're having a late game night, he has to stay up just as late as we do. And he loves the night time. He loves the stars and moon.

He's not the only nocturnal creature around these parts. Several years ago, we had 4 owls living in our big tree in the backyard. They were so cute.

Then, this summer, apparently we had several raccoons living somewhere in our backyard, feasting on our neighbors gardens. We never actually saw them, but our neighbors did and they were able to catch them and get rid of them.

And just the other day, the kids came running in, telling me they found a bat. I didn't really believe them. So I went outside. And, in a crevice of our tree, sure enough, there was a tiny, little bat hanging upside down, sleeping soundly. It was actually quite cute. I went out today to try to take a picture, but it was gone. I don't mind that it's gone since I didn't want my kids getting anywhere near it.

So, what will be our next visitor? A tarantula? A hedgehog? My kid's love Sonic, the hedgehog. Or how about a cute little one of these? Who knows, maybe we'll even have a visit from Lupin one of these full moons.

Whatever it is, chances are, Britton will be up waiting.