Yesterday we received an update and new photos of our Little Guy from his orphanage in China. Did you notice his cute little jumper? Did you read what it says? Presumably, his caretakers who dressed him have no clue what it reads. (Much like us Americans who sport Chinese/Japanese characters without any idea of their Read More →

Happy New Year! 2013 has been an exciting one, but we are eagerly looking ahead to what 2014 will hold– most notably, bringing home Little Brother! The following is a glance back at our year in blog posts, we are grateful for what the Lord has done:  January – By the first of last year Read More →

What’s a family of Montanans to do when it’s too icy to go sledding with your new Christmas sleds, too warm to go ice skating with your new skates, and too snowy to put up your new trampoline from Grandpa & Grandma? Impromptu Christmas road trip! That’s just what we did. After a tranquil day Read More →

I’m picking up where we left off with our family service projects that we completed as part of our advent countdown for the Season of Giving: 31 Days of Spreading Joy blog-hop. Here is how our girls have continued to spread cheer for the days leading up to Christmas: Dec. 10th – Deliver cat/dog treats Read More →

You might recall that our sweet Little Man in China was born with a unilateral cleft lip and palate; tragically, the apparent reason he currently lives in an orphanage. Knowing how children with clefts often choke and struggle when eating (infants typically cannot suckle a bottle sufficiently and must be painstakingly spoon fed their formula if Read More →

Latest On Adoption. Loving Our Adventure. Lucky Ol’ Adoptive-parents. Lacking Of Airplane. I kid, I kid.  An LOA is a China thing: a Letter of Approval. We got ours today! Pardon me while I bust a move. *happy dance* Another significant milestone in our journey, we are now starting the final visa/immigration process before travelling Read More →