Good to Be Back Home in Thailand, Isan. There is no better place like home, home sweet home. Papa Bas Boon has to drive back and foreword to Pattaya. There is maintenance on the houses in Pattaya and some rental issues. It is good papa takes the trip.
When papa returns after a few days to the Isan, the Boon brothers are ecstatic to see their father again. The whole family loves papa’s return as he always brings a smile and lots of presents. Even the pigs are happy to see papa. Kato Boon and Conan Boon grew up fast in the Boon Family Isan home.
Papa Boon loves coming home to the good old place of Isan.
The children’s happiness is the greatest thing when you are coming home, and they see you. Bas also needs to visit some family of mama Rak in the Isan. While driving on the way back, he decided to show some typical Isan-style homes and ways of living. It’s not the most luxurious place in the world, but it’s home.
There are forty million farmers who live in this giant home called Isan, the farmland and backbone of Thailand. The inhabitants are primarily poor and live off the land, but they all agree that their Thailand home in Isan is the best. The Kato Boon Farms became the home for the Boon Family, even if it was not the plan.
Baby Newborn Ken Boon in the Hospital.
When papa returns from his trip, he has to rush to the Hospital. New-born baby Ken has breathing problems and has to stay a few days. The poor little Ken was born almost five weeks early. He had to get tubes down his throat to help him breathe. New-born baby Ken also sustained an infection in his lungs at birth. Finally, little Ken Boon came home, but after a month, we were all sad he was back in the Hospital.
It is heartbreaking to see the little Ken struggle like that, but he is a Boon and a fighter. We love little Ken so much. After a few days, he is allowed to go back to his family. The Boon Family is happy. Kato Boon and Conan all stay in their brother Ken’s room. So far, so good, but it does not take long for them to misbehave.
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