Nyhavn was much smaller than expected. Still, that didn't prevent us from having a marvelous time in this gem of Copenhagen's. Not sure why, but we felt utterly at peace. #Nyhavn#Copenhagen#Denmark2017
On the Mekong River Delta tour we got to see people making traditional Vietnamese food products. This woman was making rice paper which is then laid out in the sun on large bamboo mats to dry. There were others making coconut candies, puffed rice, and snake wine. Of course we got to sample everything! YUM. We went home with a lot of coconut candies.
I love that despite everything this little boy still knows how to have fun. Still goes on to play hard and smile with that gummy gap in his mouth that has yet to fill in. He has taken to his new soft food purée diet pretty well. Even while he is sat next to his sister eating his favorite pasta dish he does what is asked if him with almost no complaint. I wish I had his strength to just accept changes and to get on with it. He is so good at that. I have enjoyed watching him grow and change this summer. He has become a better swimmer and can do tricks on the trampoline now that he couldn't at first. He continues to read and do his math too. I love that he loves to learn even out of school too. We only have two weeks left here. I can't believe how fast it has gone and how much has happened. Both great adventures and bad luck too. But we take it all in our stride and will try our hardest to move forward with new changes for B to come ahead. I am taking a leaf out of this boys book to accept and move forward with a smile! Funny how we learn from our children as much as they learn from us. #lifecloseup