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Hey, Three Months

Hey, Three Months

Hey, Three Months In just a few days, we'll be celebrating 3 months since Gotcha Day! I'll admit, the first few weeks after coming home, people would say things like "oh wow, how crazy you've already had them 1 month!" and in my mind I'd be thinking "aaaahhhh it's...

This Is Our Future

This Is Our Future

The girls have made SO MUCH PROGRESS since my last post that I just felt like I had to write about it and share it with y’all! Clearly, you all must be serious about following and praying for us.

After One Month Home

After One Month Home

The sleep issue has been a roller coaster type situation. Sometimes one girl will sleep great and the other won’t, sometimes neither of them sleep, sometimes we’ll have a few nights go smoother.

Bandages, Boundaries, and Bawling

Bandages, Boundaries, and Bawling

We’ve been home for a week and half, but it feels like SO much longer than that. It seems like every day there are huge steps forward in attachment and huge steps backwards in behavior.

Cocoon Update

Cocoon Update

A couple days ago I posted about how things were going with the girls’ transition, and it’s an understatement to say that it’s HARD. But I’m thankful to say that we are seeing improvements.

The Great Pursuit

The Great Pursuit

The last time I posted it was Thursday the 25th, the day before we began our 2 day journey home, and we’ve been home for 3 days now. So let me try to summarize.

America, Here We Come!

America, Here We Come!

Today we had a long playtime while Blake began organizing and packing our suitcases for travel. We had lots of fun playing with blocks, dolls, and stacking cups.

TB Free, Way to Be!

TB Free, Way to Be!

If you read my post yesterday, you know it was a rough day. What you don’t know is that the SECOND I hit publish, Noella woke up for the first of 4 (or was it 5?) times throughout the night.

Hubris and Grief

Hubris and Grief

I was so looking forward to seeing the elephants and giraffes, taking cute pictures, and relaxing as we peel back layers of defenses and coping mechanisms to see more of their true selves.

Allen Tribe Owns Medicals

Allen Tribe Owns Medicals

We’ve now been parents for 5 days. They’ve been full of puke, diarrhea, hospitals, hotels, airplanes, and figuring out who these two littles are, because each day is different than the day before.