We took the boys and went to look at Christmas lights. Last year it was relatively cool and we wore long sleeves and pretended it was cold. This year is was like 95 degrees and 90% humidity. A true Bangkok Christmas.
While getting rid of all of our loose change I came across all of these different coins: Japanese Yen (used to share a washer with former Tokyo dwellers), Indonesian Rupiah (used to live there), Malaysian Ringgit (visited there a few times), Thai Baht and a few American coins.
Asher brought home a Christmas ornament from school. I asked him if he made it and he enthusiastically told me no, his teacher made it, which to him makes it even more special.
So those two really like to eat plain pieces of bread in the afternoons. I don't really get it.
Jack and I went on a little Christmas shopping expedition that included a water taxi ride. Unfortunately it was quite unsuccessful, but Jack did enjoy being on the water. Also, I think Jack looks exactly like Asher in this picture.
We took Granny up to the top of the tallest building in Thailand. While Granny enjoyed the views of the city Jack enjoyed driving the tuk-tuk.
Asher took Granny to see some Christmas trees. Then he taught her how to take pictures like a Thai.