The White Swan:
At the Cow & Bridge:
This is Eme's little friend. The orphange nanny told us their foster families were neighbors and they spent a lot of time together. Phoebe is simply adorable and she is doing great with her new family as well:
More school children:
The look when she is out of my arms:
Coming back to me:
Yesterday we went to get her visa photo and today was her medical exam. She did great up until the strange man took her from me to inspect her, you can tell by her face in the photo, poor baby. The little squirt ways 18.4 lbs. She doesn’t eat like a lot of the babies do. She does have a shut off valve and she shakes her head no when she is done. She has also mastered saying ‘all done’ in sign language to go with her shaking head. She’s a very fast learner. She is working on saying ‘more’ in sign language. She whispers ‘up’ when she needs help sitting back up. She has the most stinky tooties and we blame the odor on the steamed egg and congee=0). She loves bacon, tater tots and now scrambled eggs. We have yet to succeed in getting any fruit in her, except jar baby food. She loves the yogurt, but will pick the tiny pieces of fruit out with her tongue. Last night we went to Cow & Bridge and she wouldn’t even eat the Thai banana pizza, which was smashing because of the banana. The rest of the meal really sucked, but she enjoyed the noodles off my plate. We thought about ordering the ostrich intestine, but opted for the chicken congee to which she inhaled.
Eme has woken up and it’s time to play!