A very sincere thank you to everyone who has followed my blog while we have traveled and during the last few days. I appreciate every comment. We are still adjusting to the ten hour time difference; the key to not falling asleep during the day is to simply not sit down – it seems to be working for me. Even while I type this, I can feel the fog beginning to creep into my brain. Maybe my fingers will keep typing even if I’m asleep.
Our first few days home with Honeybee have been wonderful. I know this “honeymoon” stage won’t last forever, but I’m enjoying every minute of it. The moment she saw all of her siblings at the airport, she began to smile and for the most part, we have only seen happiness. Ladybug is so pleased to have a sister her age and is being an excellent mentor to Honeybee who is quickly learning how things work around here and has jumped right into the family routine. She is a very capable child and eager to be helpful.
I have many things that I hope to write about soon: travel details and suggestions, visits with our children’s birthfamilies, AHOPE work, our first days at home, and so much more. I also have hundreds of photos to sort through and send to friends (who are waiting for their children), as well as other photos I hope to post here.
Thank you for your prayers, your words of encouragement, and for caring about our family’s journey to Honeybee.
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