It’s comforting to have extended family around 24/7. There is always somebody who wants to hold the baby.

And in a few short hours the grandparents arrive from Korea. No shortage of love and cuddles here (no shortage of bouts of intense questioning or sharp criticism either – oh, and the subsequent eyeball rolling).

Just outside Chattuchuk Market in the park.

At the pool on the second floor (which we visit at least two times a day).

At the pool on the second floor (which we visit at least two times a day).

In Sues lap for the tuk tuk ride home. Is he trying to catch a dust mote??

In Sue's lap for the tuk tuk ride home. Is he trying to catch a dust mote??

Noi naa and Ti Ti (as she calls him) in a peaceful moment.

Noi naa and Ti Ti (as she calls him) in a peaceful moment.

Despite all the serious expressions on Christian’s face, I assure you he is spending a lot of time laughing and smiling. I guess at those moments I’m laughing and smiling too and not thinking about grabbing the camera.

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