Before I launch into your wonderful responses to this week’s Tuesday Topic, I have to share a picture of this super sweet baby. Beniam brought his parents and aunt to visit us Friday morning all the way from California. Our families have connections through friends and have followed each other’s blogs, but had not met in person. It was so great to spend the morning with them. My kids were quite taken with Beniam and had a hard time sharing him with each other. Honeybee loved taking care of the babies at her orphanage and when they prepared to leave she grew quite sad. I think he was a little bit of “home” for her. You can read about their adoption journey on their blog.
Thank you to everyone who responded to this week’s Tuesday Topic!
Tyra asked two questions:
The question that always comes to my mind when reading about extra large families is: How do you feed them? The challenge of providing healthy, inexpensive meals that everyone will eat seems daunting. What are your strategies?
And how do you help picky eaters eat what you fix?
Lana emailed her response:
We currently have 6 kids (4 bio – 12,10,9,7; 2 adopted – 3 & 2) and are currently in the process of adopting 2 sisters from Ethiopia, ages 8 & 6. I never planned on this many kids (I always thought 4 was good) but God has had other plans for our life and so here we are.
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