Their Baek-il is a Korean tradition to celebrate the child's health during the first 100 days. It is a tradition that stems from times when healthcare was not widely available and children were not introduced to friends and extended family until they were 100 days old. The celebration and feast is supposed to give the child luck and signify a long, healthy, prosperous life. They wear traditional han-boks as it is their official introduction to family and friends. Daniel got us gorgeous han-boks from LA. They've even got room for them to grow into them! :)
In honor of their Baek-il, I thought this may also be a good time to share what their full names mean:
Noah HyoSung Anderson Lee
Noah: We chose Noah because we liked it and it seemed to fit him.
HyoSung: Hyo means to honor your parents and Sung is a family name - David's name is HakSung and their cousin in Korea's name is HakSeung.
Anderson: Katrina's maiden name.
Ava SunMi Nicole Lee
Ava: The name Ava came to us at about 3 am one night in the hospital and it really seems to fit her.
SunMi: SunMi is the name of a Korean queen and Nathan's mom's name is Son so it is very similar.
Nicole: Nicole is Katrina's middle name, a variation of Nicholas which was the name of her Grandfather's name and is her cousin's name.
All of the Lees
The Andersons & Lees
All the Grandparents
Proud Aunt & Uncle
Mike Rosenhahn & Erin Lackey