뽀뽀bean reached the crayon-on-the-wall milestone yesterday.
Thankfully, it came off easily with a damp paper towel. Kudos, Crayola, for your “ultra-clean washable” crayons.
I read about Home Depot offering a free kids workshop once a month, so even though she is a bit young for it, I took Beanie to build a wooden “gingerbread” house.
Also today I revealed to Maia the train tracks/cars/accessories I recently acquired for her.
Maia says clocks go “tick tock tick!”
She makes up nonsense syllable songs e.g. “mwaboo mwaboo mwaboo,” and then she tells me, “that’s baby-song ‘mwaboo’!”
There’s nothing better than the sound of a toddler running. Thumpthumpthumpthumpthump!
Certain words she always says in Korean, even though she otherwise never uses her Korean with me: 바지 (pants), 같이 (together), 상어 (shark)
Earlier this month, Beanbean and I went to Color Factory, a kind of pop-up interactive exhibition: