it’s been awhile!
we’ve been mucho busy around here now that the malloys are here!
the malloy invasion happened on saturday afternoon, and it’s been so great.
i haven’t seen my sister and nephew, sungu, in about 15 months. and in that time of seperation, my sister had a baby girl, sunha, and i hadn’t met her until saturday! sadness!!!!!
sunha is now about 13 months old, and is a serious bundle of cuteness! she has a couple of cute tricks, like reaching for the sky, but the cutestest thing she does is snuggling with her uncle chris. she just loves hanging out with chris! it’s so stinkin adorable i want to die from cuteness overload.
and it’s been so great having sungu back in the fold. he has developed into a very smart and hilarious giant boy. he’s turning 4 next month, and at this rate, he will probably be taller than me when he turns 5. he weighs in at a whopping 40 lbs! big boy. it’s been so funny hanging out with him cause sometimes he has a weird accent when he speaks english, kinda british, kinda english-as-a-second-language-ish. i am a giant racist jerk for making fun of him. maybe i will stop soon… maybe not. looking at sungu also makes me laugh, cause he looks a lot like one of my brothers. the Ham gene (ham is my maiden name in case you have no idea what a ‘ham gene’ might be) is strong in these malloy kids. much stronger than in mine.
i baked some muffins the other day, and i gave one to sungu for breakfast. he was really happy to see it, and then he asked: “did the muffin man come here and make these?” welcome home sungu! that is one of the funniest things i have ever heard.
anyhoo, jeehon, sungu and sunha will in all likelihood be in a lot of my posts for the next three months, so get used to it now.
here are some pics of the happy kids from the last couple of days. i would just like to give some major props to my gay minivan. as lame as my minivan may be, it is the ultimate driving machine with 2 boosters in the back row, with room for another adult to sit in the middle, and 2 more car seats in the captains’ chairs, and still room for me and chris too. it’s not cool, but it’s pretty dang efficient!