Next, we headed to the Notary office housed in a non-descript government building. A 20-something notary with low hanging pigtails asked a few trivia questions to make sure we were who we said (ie year we were married, our occupations, etc.). We then signed in four places on documents written completely in Chinese and put a red thumbprint on top of each signature. Next it was Jonah's turn to stamp his right foot on the page in red (it barely fit inside the box) to show his approval. Then we were done.
Kayla and the grandparents stayed back at the hotel swimming pool since it was a long morning full of offices and waiting.
We celebrated with chinese takeout on our return.