Monday, June 23, 2008

Culture! We got Culture!

Korean Culture Camp in Colorado is one of the best things for biracial families to attend. There is too much to go into, but the highlights were great classes for parents - InKAS and the Korean TIES program and the kids' grade-specific daily camps. The counselors are all adoptees too.
It's a beautiful, educational, fun and emotional 4 days. In fact, I'm still processing everything. So, let's see some photos!

Daddy and Ryan at Closing Ceremonies
My 3 guys after Fun N Games Night, Korean Culture Camp
Parker, Mom, Ryan
Parker the Hula Hoop Champ

7 comments:

Sarah O. said...

So cool! You know about all the good stuff. How do you do that?

And you look so glamorous!

paula said...

I still think that's such a wonderful thing you do for your boys.

And you look beautiful.

sueeeus said...

Everyone looks so happy! I'm a terrible half-breed, and feel a bit guilty that I've got no plans whatsoever for any Korean cultural enrichment in my life or my childrens' (woo hoo, plural, fertility chicken sitting proudly on display to this day!!!!!)...

...but YOU, you are so good to do this for your boys!

daysgoby said...

Everyone looks so happy!

And Parker has a finger jail (I think that's what they're called!) but what is Ryan carrying?

MsCellania said...

Thanks to all of you for the nice comments! It's almost as beneficial for the parents as for the kids.
Sue, you nut, you don't have to send your kids to Korean enrichment; they live it every day!
Ryan has a rolled-up kite in his sack-o-loot. They got all this trick stuff! Ice cream cones that are spring loaded and the 'ice cream' foam top bops you, coin swift-of-hand trick boxes, etc. Parker is now a magic fiend. Oy - the next obsession...

bec said...

You all look wonderful - great happy snaps!

I love your new front door, and the new closet (wardrobe for us antipodeans) interior. That shoe rack is making my heart race. I want, I want, I want...

Caro said...

It looks like a great time was had by all.

I don't think you've ever posted pics of your husband.

You guys are a lovely family.