Also in China, you need to consider fate when naming your child. You must consult a master who can analyze the circumstances surrounding the child's birth. Using the time, date, and lunar cycle, the master determines which of the five phases are missing from the child's life. In Jordan's case he was missing fire. A dilemma, for sure, but one easily remedied by adding some fire into his name, in this case, wood to build a fire. After some deliberation, we finally settled on Wang Kai Sen, 王凯森, or loosely translated, Triumphant Forest King. All hail!!! Incidentally, his character for "kai" is the same as my chinese name, Kai Wen, 凯文. Nice.
In other news, King Jordan eats, sleeps and poops. Thems are his major hobbies. However, as i'm the designated feeder in the house, i've had ample opportunity to chronicle and study his most common facial expressions. Here are a few.