Thursday, May 28, 2009

Just pictures from a very busy day of touring . . . .
































35 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love coming home from work and running to the computer to refresh your page! Eme is so perfect. Does God know what He's doing or what!?
Love all the pics... Miss you, hurry back. W.

Melissa said...

Yahoo! More pictures. And very good ones, I might add. Did you take the street scene picture and of the locals or was it your husband? Very artsy looking. What a doll your daughter is. I love the first two pictures of you both. I really enjoyed looking at the outside photos. It seems people are always showing blogging photos of the hotel room/restuarants, so it is nice to see nature or the acutal country of China in the background minus tourist attractions. It looks as if you were able to go to Emerson's finding place. Anyway, love the photos. Thanks for sharing and I am so glad that things are going smoothly.

Pug Mama said...

Just breathtakingly beautiful photos!!
You have captured beautiful people and beautiful scenes.

Dawn said...

Oh she is just so precious...and she is right where she belongs!!! Hope you are enjoying every moment in China...we just loved our trip!!!

xoxo

Diana said...

These are some of the most gorgous pictures I have seen on someones blog..You are capturing some great memories for all of you.

Luna said...

OMG,T....Those are some beautiful photos!! I love the one of Eme and the chapstick. Too cute.

Our Journey to Jadyn Nicole said...

T - Thank you so much for sharing your journey with us. I love coming home and seeing how you guys are doing. My husband and I hope to be there soon. Our LID is 7/11/06. With the current referral timeframe it's going to be a while. Well...Congratulations our being united with your little angel. Vicki - Our Journey to Jadyn Nicole.

thegreybullet said...

Awesome Photos!! Eme looks so content in your arms!
Ellen

Life with JJ, Starr and Spice said...

Great pics!! That picture of a very reflective Emerson hints to all of the emotions in that beautiful little head of hers.

That village is so similar to the one that we visited in Nanchang. You cannot visit a place like that and not feel changed. It really makes you stop and think about how fortunate we are to live in this country of great abundance. Poverty here is no picnic but there it is incomprehensible.

You guys look wonderful. Thanks for sharing such amazing moments.

Linda and David said...

Awesome pictures! I can't wait to get the chance to take some of my own! Your daughter is beautiful & looks so happy to be with her new family!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

These pictures are amazing....I especially love the ones of your sweet girl!! You can see how she has bonded with you:) Looks like you are soaking up all the culture....Enjoy!!

Lisa

Kudo said...

China at it's finest thanks for all the great pics.

Jacquie said...

These are great photos! Thanks so much for sharing. And for what it's worth, from what it looks like on this side of the screen (and world!), you are doing exactly what Eme needs and it looks like the bonding process is going strong.

Daniella said...

you have really captured China in these photos. I love all the Emerson ones but seeing the others are great as well. Hope you had another great day maybe had some good food today.

Truly Blessed said...

What awesome photos of rural Jiangxi (or maybe urban Jiangxi -- once you get out of the huge hotels, they're very similar!). You have some breathtaking photos in any case (love the 2nd one of you and Eme the best).

When you were at the Ten Wang Pavillion did you notice the feeding frenzy at the goldfish pond? My kids really enjoyed feeding those fish.

Can't wait to see your next great Jiangxi adventure!

Kristen said...

These photos are breathtaking... you or J have some serious camera skills!!!

The best one though was the Burts Baby photo... she soooooo is your daughter!! hehe

You should be just about gearing up for a new days adventures as I write this... Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I've been following you for a very long time. My dream one day is to adopt as I am a single parent to two girls. But I had to come out and say what an amazing family and how lucky ALL of you all. She is such a beauty and you ALL are very blessed.... My god watch over each and every one of you!!! What a dream come true...

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful little girl. These pictures are so precious. :)

laurie said...

Tracy, what incredible pictures of China. The photos are your and E are so poignant. Thank you so much for sharing all of the details with us.

Catherine said...

so many beautiful pictures of your sweet daughter and also the country that has forever touched your heart and life.

Marla said...

GORGEOUS pictures T! Love them all, but especially the ones of that little sweetie all snuggled in with her momma. :)

Enjoy the rest of the trip!

Debbie said...

BEAUTIFUL pictures!!! I hope that I can capture pictures as beautiful as yours!! Looks like you are having a great time and Emma looks like she is settling in. I am just over the moon filled with hapiness for you!!!

3 Peanuts said...

Okay...first of all IS that a bow in Emerson's hair in the second to last photo? I am hoping it is...you know I am a bit bow obsessed (even though Kate has given them up now). It looks SO cute. More importantly...I LOVE how she is looking up at you and snuggling into you in every shot. She looks so comfortable with you T!!!!

thank you for updating...it is a hilight of my day!

3 Peanuts said...

Oh yes...the apple does not fall far from the tree~I can already see the Burts Bee addiction:)

Isabella's Mommy and Daddy said...

LOVE the photos..
LOVE the bow...
LOVE Emerson's face..
Have a great day..Hugs..

Mindi said...

Oh my goodness.....you are getting INCREDIBLE pics of life in China...I'm soooo jealous!!!! And god, that baby of yours is precious!!!! I can't even describe to you what it means to me to log into your site each day and see where you are in your journey. Thanks for sharing!

Lindsay said...

Love all the photos of China and your Chapstick Princess. I think my favourite of the village has to be the two moms carrying the kids who are wearing the split pants. I'd be very worried about accidents! :)

You two look amazing together!

Karen and Bob said...

Amazing pictures! I love how they are intertwined with sites and family.

burpittyburp said...

FABULOUS pictures!!!! Emerson is BEAUTIFUL:)

Steffie B. said...

Fantastic pictures.....totally capturing where you are and the life that is there.....the children pictures always bring tears to my eyes....especially the one of the boy.....E looks at peace T.....she knows you are her Momma.....and I am so thankful you are brining her home to your beautiful, loving family.....a family that she so richly deserves.....oh dear.....I'm going to cry....lol.....hugs....S*

Jennifer said...

Love your pictures!! Thanks for sharing!

sara said...

Of all your amazing pictures my favorite is the Burt Bees picture!! You can tell Emerson was digging it!

I also adore the one where you are holding Eme and you can't see your face, but HER face is just precious & the way your hand is resting on her back, protecting your baby - I just LOVE it, love love love it!!

Hoping you feel better in GZ, get some rest and there are NO fireworks!!

Debra said...

These are the most beautiful photos of Nanchang that I have ever seen. My first daughter is from there too. I'd love to have them for her. Emerson looks fabulous and you and J seem to be holding up very well. Thanks for letting us share your journey.
You will LOVE Guangzhou!

Anna said...

Thank you for sharing your amazing journey with us, I have two beautiful daughters from China and you make me want to adopt again.
Take care,
Anna

Buckeyes & Eggrolls said...

Amazing photos. I just love the one putting on chapstick! :0)