Koreans know how to throw a party


It was Knut’s first birthday, so he was the center of attention in the Korean expat community of Watertown, NY.

Now I’m hungry. I don’t think he ate all that food.

Comments

  1. OverlappingMagisteria says

    Happy Tol! What object did he pick up in the superstitious “whatever item a one year old randomly touches determines its career” ritual?

  2. psychomath says

    Weird how every picture of people having dinner at a long table reminds me of the last supper. Apparently, I just haven’t seen enough pictures of people at long tables.

    In any case, Congratulations! You are lucky to have two lovely grandchildren. Delight in them. Totes envious.

  3. psychomath says

    Though, I will say, I’m not entirely sure that the way we bring up our children to grow away from us is entirely healthy. I know the historic patriarchy was evil, but I still think it would be better if children were more welcome in their home. Yeah, I miss my daughter terribly, and nothing will ever make up for her leaving adventuring. I know it is how we do it, but I hate it.

  4. voyager says

    Wow, a year already! That went fast.
    What’s the significance of the brightly tiled spindles? The one on the far left looks covered in cereal.

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