Celebrating 100 days of dating
is an age old Korean tradition that most Korean American families celebrate until this day because it carries a special meaning in a child’s life.
), entering this world and growing into a big, healthy boy he is today. If you’ve been following my motherhood journey on my blog, you would know that I never planned to have a third child.
You can read more about this period of contemplation here.
The only detail I splurged on is the gold name signage purchased through Red Letter Day.
The owner Jane did a wonderful job in creating this name signage that I plan to use for Baby D’s one year celebration as well (another important tradition in the Korean culture).
Instead of trying to do too much, for I knew this would drive me insane, I decided on a minimalist decor and only put what is absolutely needed.