"Take an action each day that alleviates suffering in the world. Bring light into darkness."
-Angeles Arrien

Here is the test to find whether your mission on earth is finished:
If you're alive, it isn't.
--- Richard Bach

I have come to realize more and more that the greatest disease and the greatest suffering is to be unwanted, unloved, uncared for, to be shunned by everybody, to be just nobody [to no one]
--Mother Teresa

We were not separated at your birth.
It was the moment at which we began our journey toward each other
-Nancy McGuire Roche

Friday, February 29, 2008

ROLL CALL- PLEASE everyone sign

There is this sort of phenomenon in blogging called “lurking.” This occurs when you visit a blog frequently, but never leave a comment.I am outing you.If you are a reader please leave a comment with your name, where your from and any other info to share! I want Meliah and Khai to read this someday and I thought this would be neat. This is pretty much their digital baby book.



Stacey said...

Okay, okay, I'm a lurker! I just have to check to see how your little ones are doing every now and then since you and I had a connection while we were waiting. So now I have to read to see how your babies are doing and see their adorable smiles. If you lived closer, I'd love to have them play with Sasha!
Lurker Stacey

LauraPBS said...

I lurk, too! I need to fill the time - you thought your wait to travel was bad? Try 6 months and counting - what a mess....


Anonymous said...

Your children are beautiful! My husband and I are awaiting I600 approval so we can go pick up our little guy from Bac Ninh who is now 6 months old.

Christy Smith
Heath, TX

Randy and Michele said...

Hi Heather,
I am so glad you opened your blog back up. I have been waiting to see your beautiful children since you returned home. We just came home with our 2 boys from LangSon a month ago and are still trying to get adjusted, it is encouraging to see the progress your kids have made.

crofoot said...

I am so happy to see this up and open again. I have a wonderful picture of our little guy and your little girl in the same crib. We have had Luke home for 3 weeks.. if the adoption program was not in such flux, we would go back in a heartbeat! Glad to see you guys are settling in. Luke wakes up every morning at 2:30 ready to PLAY! I am hoping he starts sleeping through the night soon.

Catherine said...

I am so happy you opened up your blog again and can't wait to read about your adorable children and what you and your family have been up to since returning from Vietnam:)

Anonymous said...

just stopping by to say hello!

Kim and Rich said...

Hi Heather,

It's the Karpp Bunch signing in.


Kim said...

Hi Heather...Its Kim (Awaiting Victoria in TN)

Your long wait to bring your little ones home still gives me hope!