I'm just throwing up (oops, poor choice of words) a few photos from our little journey until we can get a whole travelog up and running. We are missing pictures of Aunt Sue with Raimi as well as Nana and Pa with Raimi. If anyone out there, in law enforcement or wherever, has possesion of such photos please notify me at once.
you to all who cared for us during our Exciting Hospital
Adventure. I am sorry I had to be sick and I'm sorry
everyone had to suspend their lives, but I am glad
you all got to know and love the little miraculous
Also many thanks to the folks at Families Thru International Adoptions. They somehow (continue to) make everything work. Moving 60 plus anxious parent-to-be in various states of emotional chaos from here to there and back again - and back VERY VERY happy - is an accomplishment I won't even begin to understand. I can only say "thank you" for the perfect vacation and for sheparding us every single little baby step to bring us together with the light of our lives.
The moment of deliverance
Glenn just says, "I love you."
A very, very scared little baby
I say , "It's going to be ok, Bunny."
Suddenly, it's quiet and it's just the three of us.
(Well, four - if you count the soon-to-be-shut-off video camera.)
Glenn makes a funny face, which *in Glenn-ese* means,
"It's going to be ok, Bunny."
A very special shout out to Miss Caroline Stout, who
took all but the last two pictures.
More pictures, anyone?
Want to see Ms. Raimi's referral pictures ? Go back to her page .
For the update we received a few weeks before we left, visit the Almost There Update.
Find out more about our agency, Families Thru International Adoption.
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