Taegyo and toe sweat: This mother’s guide to learning Korean

As you may or may not know, we are now expecting baby No. 2 in our family–due to arrive in October. Pregnancy in Korea as a foreigner is nothing new to me–in fact, as an American expat, I know more about prenatal, birthing, and postnatal health in Korea than I do in America. And, despite…

Babywearing

In Korea, many women choose to wear their babies rather than stroll them around. I love this. I have two carriers and they have both been used religiously since Finn was born. Also, Korea has a traditional carrier called a “bodegi,” which is basically a blanket that ties around your body. I see old grandmothers…

Showered with love (and needles)

Annyong! Lindsay here on a relaxing Sunday afternoon. This is the first day in a long while that I don’t haveĀ  to-do list (or the corresponding honey-do list). Getting ready for baby has been keeping us working in overdrive. I just got my weekly pregnancy update e-mail this morning (36 weeks!) and am convinced the…