We had no appointment yesterday, so our guide, Molly, took us on some sightseeing on our off day. It was a holiday, and she asked ahead of time if she could bring her absolutely adorable 7-year-old son with her. We absolutely agreed thinking it might be a good for Ru to see another boy his age behaving in appropriately. We know that Ru knows what well behaved means, and he knows how he should act, but he just choses not to. And maybe it's the fact that Mimi is a girl that he doesn't seem the least bit interested in following her example. So went went sight seeing with 3 7-year-olds, all born within 3 months, in tow.
|This is what ususally happens when you try to put something in Ru's backpack.|
|Maps tend to be fascinating to children in all cultures.|
Mimi asked if she could pray too when she saw me do it. She was a little unsure how to pray so we did it together. And it made me giggle when we were done that she added and God please give me some candy to the end of her prayer.
Tomorrow we head to the Safari Park. Then the following day we go back to Hong Kong! I must admit that so homesick. I'm missing the rest of my children and even though I'm dreading the jet lag that I always get so bad when I come home from Asia, I'm so so ready to get back home and try to start finding our new normal.