Celebrating 100 days of dating

Traditionally what you put on the table is symbolic, such as photos, colorful fruits, different colored dishes, favorite toys, even items like yarn for long life.This time I skipped everything else and focused on the basics: balloons, flowers, two photos, a banner and sweet rice cake.

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The balloons are from In essence, the 100 days celebration means “we survived.” We survived the pregnancy, the labor, the postpartum recovery, the around the clock feedings, many sleepless nights (well, that’s not over yet), the demands of taking care of a newborn and the reality of adding another child to the mix.

In essence, the 100 days celebration means “we survived.” We survived the pregnancy, the labor, the postpartum recovery, the around the clock feedings, many sleepless nights (well, that’s not over yet), the demands of taking care of a newborn and the reality of adding another child to the mix.

There are so many cute choices and colors, you should definitely check it out for your next event or photoshoot.

If you’re familiar with Korean tradition, you would know that the main head table is a very important part of the celebration.

You can read my postpartum post for more details), 100 days remain to be a wonderful family event that brings generations together in celebration of a new life.

On this day, celebratory food is served including sweet white rice cake that is passed out and enjoyed by everyone as a way to “spread” health, love and prosperity for the child.When I first discovered I was pregnant, one of my biggest fears was coming down with postpartum depression again because that experience was truly heartbreaking and traumatic for me.I had to be careful and really watch my body and mind because I knew I couldn’t let it happen again with three kids.Instead of trying to do too much, for I knew this would drive me insane, I decided on a minimalist decor and only put what is absolutely needed.I also decided to use white roses, which parallels the purity and “whiteness” of the event. ) I kept the 100 days table simple because I didn’t have much time for DIY projects.When not in use for the events, I plan to hang it in his nursery. 😉 She gave me three calligraphy options and I chose number 2. I personally think number 2 looks great with his name.

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