A few days ago, I was working on some of our wall hangings. I re-matted a cross-stitch my mom had done for Bubs, a picture of three bok-jumoni (traditional Korean "good luck" bags in which children receive money each new year).
Today, he specified that his bathroom was a "bath room" while the master bathroom was a "shower room" (because we don't have a tub in our bathroom).
Maybe it's because I'm a language teacher, but this is all so fascinating to me, and having the opportunity to observe it on a moment-to-moment basis with my own child makes it even better.
Speaking of which, thanks to my husband's fascination over the word "chifferobe," I learned a new word last night: portmanteau. You can thank me later for bringing your attention to such a fun word.
And before I get back to my most recent hooky project (I'll be sure to share a photo soon on here and at Hannah Plays Hooky), I want to share a up-cycling project I did a couple weeks ago.
I especially like the reflection of the Christmas tree lights in the picture on the right.