Monday, January 28, 2008

Yum Yum Dim Sum

I'm outa here for a few days while my eyeballs get a good lasering. To tide us over until we speak again, how about a hefty dose of cuteness?

Why yes, that is a picture of my child wearing a Richard Nixon birthday hat. Why do you ask?

(Actual Richard Nixon episode of my show coming in just a few weeks.)

She'll wear anything on her head as long as it isn't an actual hat.
China has been slammed with pretty heavy duty snow storms, especially in the area where Juna Bug was from. I can't help but think of the babies in her orphanage and hope someone is keeping them warm.
No airbrushing here, folks. A closeup on what a baby's face REALLY looks like. Cheez It residue, boogies, and all.

I forgot to post this a few weeks ago. I got this for my birthday from my mom. It's a child's board book that explains the basics of Dim Sum. A must have for any family adopting from China who will continue eating Dim Sum once home, or any family who wants to introduce their children to the concept and traditions of Dim Sum.

A look inside the book.

June Bug is now 15 months and Avie is 13 months. Here is some video of our nightly dinner routine. Avie's the last to finish, so Juna Bug comes over and helps out. On this night, Avie decide to feed Bug. I caught the tail end when Avie was getting a bit fed up with the feeding.


Louanne said...

Total cuteness!! So funny your comment on our blog. Nadia will also put things on her head as long as it's not an ACTUAL hat. These girls crack me up!

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness... the cutest thing I have ever seen. What a cool sister relationship they are going to have!

Anonymous said...

Have fun getting laser-vision. Or, well, actually being able to see sans spectacles. :)

I'd love to hear more about your surgery/dr/etc when you're back. I really want Lasik whenever I can find the money for it.

Jamie and Angela said...

I love the picture of Juna with the hat. She has such a sweet face!