Being a godmother to two newborn baby girls, I have to make the rounds of visit. Yesterday was spent with La Luna, today it was Teapot’s turn.
I cooked some food for my sister in law to eat for her postpartum diet: brown rice, seaweed soup, and steamed eggs. The latter two are borrowed from Korean culture, which upon some research I found that these two are nutritious and replenishing the postpartum recovery. I also bought some asian chives then blanched them in boiled water to give her some green and fibers.
Having been through two postpartum periods, I know a thing or two about taking care of the body at this critical time, which in turned I pass the wisdom along to my sister in law. This one tends to seek out for my advice, whereas the other rarely takes the initiatives so I am reluctant to impart wisdom when is not solicited.
Here she is, a 10-day-old newborn. 😀
Random note to self: Photos were taken with my Samsung NX1100 that I did not like. I bought it for the family trip to Vienna, Austria, but afterward it was left in a corner of my kitchen cupboard. After knowing how to manually operate the DSLR, this two-third kind was a challenge for me. It’s just me, not the camera. The only best feature that the camera comes with is the direct wi-fi connection with Facebook, Gmail, and Youtube.
My brother asked if I don’t use it often, then he wants it. Now it is his!