In Chinese and Korean cultures, the 100th day of a baby’s life is a major milestone. It’s owing to the fact that babies hundreds — and thousands — of years ago might not have survived for 100 days, so to make it this far deserved a celebration. It also signifies longevity … something about how if you can make it to 100 days, you can live for 100 years.
For all of the girls, we marked the date and dressed them up for a little photo, and Sunday was Luna’s big 100th. Happy 100 days, my baby!
(Here’s Isa on her 100th, and Eva on her 100th.)