Today’s couple: Aris and InSun Janigian, married 15 years, the parents of two children. Aris, a novelist whose recently published This Angelic Land relates the story of the 1992 L.A. riots through an Armenian American protagonist, was born in the U.S. of Armenian parents; InSun, a homemaker and former jack of all trades, is Korean American and arrived in the U.S. at age four.
The pile of craft supplies was there for more than a month. Jessica Kim came home from work one night and stared at it. She had intended to create a project about flowers to do with her 4-year-old daughter. But at that moment, she couldn’t remember what she planned to use the individual items for or even the names of the parts of a flower.
Where to begin?
From that moment last June came inspiration. It took only two months for Kim to go from being at a loss to launching The BabbaBox, a monthly service that delivers a package of arts and crafts supplies, as well as a book and a product to help the child explore her world, all connected to a particular topic.
Mya finds out she’s going to be a big sister! Little Mya’s parents were able to announce they were expecting a baby while also helping their daughter practice her reading skills. The couple gave Mya, who is currently learning to read, a t-shirt which she sounded out loud until she read “I’m the Big Sister.”
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