Year Three, Week Twenty-five

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Sometimes Korea is the land of feast or famine.  Highchairs are the perfect example.  Highchairs can be as illusive as gold at the end of the rainbow.  Every once in a while though, an army of high chairs appears.  Cue dramatic music and mist.

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  • Grandma Rita - E-Mart?ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - Yup!ReplyCancel

  • Kristin Linn - So. True. As a parent you make mental notes about all the places that have highchairs. Many times I have seen a highchair, before even tasting the food, and said “Oh! They have highchairs, we will come back here for sure!”.ReplyCancel

  • Dina - I was like is this Emart?!?! Haha I love how you captured the light and tired into you story. I left my little guy at home when I visited my husband but I did notice a huge lack of high chairs everywhere…ReplyCancel