I spent the entire day talking insurance to clients and prospects...and then kissing my new locket when no one was looking. I love knowing Jae is in there. It is unbelievably comforting to have him with me at all times.
I also did something that could very well confuse my son. After I got done for the day, I wandered into a discount book store and automatically made my way to the children's section. It was there that I picked up and purchased something I probably shouldn't use: A board book. In French. I was all proud of myself until I called Paul and he laughed and said (I'm paraphrasing here): "Ummm, Honey?!? Don't you think it is going to be hard enough for Jae to go from hearing exclusivley Korean to exclusivley English? I don't think throwing a 3rd language into the mix is a good idea." :) I don't know what I was thinking! I speak a little French and I guess I just had a "pregancy moment" where I thought my child should learn basic French as well. Poor Jae. He was no idea what he is getting himself into.