It can be difficult to communicate with your baby. They are slow! They take so long to learn language, but you can definitely communicate with them using visual cues. They are in fact really good at this, they express themselves in ways that we often overlook and misunderstand, but if we as parents learn how… [Read More]
Oliver and I have a quick message for all new parents. If you have a baby on the way, or a baby that’s between 0 and 18 months old this message is for you.
Enjoy and leave me comments if you’d like to.
OIOpublisher Urban Seoul is one of our favorite lunch spots. Then they came out with Urban Seoul 2.0 and increased their prices in some items and changed some others. From our last visit, this picture shows the highlight. Agua Fresca, watermelon-mint. You can see that Claire was happy trying it. I ended up giving her… [Read More]
Pretend City is great as it is. But, what can possibly make it better?
A visit from your favorite Disney character of course.
Wath this video as it counts down through the top 10 Movie Witches in recent times.
Pretty cool compilation. Too bad I can’t show it to Claire just yet.
We went to get a late night burger and shake and what we found was shocking. But it was fun and interesting to have Claire chatting with me for a while. Watch it here:
We recorded a quick update with Oliver and thought I’d share it with you on the blog. Check it out. He’s growing so fast!
I found a neat infographic showing some interesting numbers about this highly debated topic. The usage of media devices by our children. When is it too much, what are the consequences of too much media, too many devices?
This infographic breaks all the numbers down.
As part of their Heart & Seoul: Growing Up in Korea exhibit, Pretend City recently had an art project to create the Korean Flag. I think it’s pretty cool. We haven’t gotten a chance to see the final product but it may be in display somewhere in the museum. Ever since the grand opening of… [Read More]
We came in to HOAG when Helen was having long contractions. About 7 minutes apart. Ideally, a mom should go to the hospital when her contractions are about 20 seconds long and five to ten minutes apart. Helen fit the suggested guidelines! Most other signs indicated that Helen wasn’t ready but after about an hour… [Read More]