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Monday, June 9, 2008

Meeting our son!

It was miracle watching all the families united with their children.
Like the expression you see on our little boys face, so was our day at the Transition home.  Mesfin had a hard day...which made it hard for us as well.  We think he is teething (hence the picture with my finger in his mouth), plus he was getting his medicals at the embassy in the morning so he received shots and was poked and prodded.  All the comotion was very upsetting to him.  Some of the most calm and special moments happened when we would walk him around the corner of the Transition home and it was just us.  He also loved it when Paul would sing to him.
There is so much more to say, but no words.
Tomorrow we go back and this time we get to take him with us.
We love him so much!


Katie Redfern said...

AWESOME, Holly!! Thanks for taking the time to update! :) I hope Mesfin has a better day tomorrow with you all. It will be a special day, regardless!

shawn and tisha said...

It's so smszing to see you with your son!!! Congratulations!!! :)

small world said...

Precious Mother! Precious Father! Precious Child! Precious Family!
Love, The VanWettens

Anonymous said...

Oh, he is soooo beautiful!! The one with Nathaniel and Paul together made me get all teary-eyed!
God is so good! Congratulations to your beautiful family!!
We are praying for you!
Love Sandi Mortinson

Jori said...

Such wonderful pictures and news and well ... joy, joy, joy! Congrats

Kiki:) said...

We are praying!!!!!! Thank you for all the details on your day today!! We are all gobbling it up:)
Your son is soooo beautiful and we are rejoicing in your miracle!!
We can't wait to see what happens tomm....bringing him home to the Hilton.

K.P. said...

Praying peace for you and your son. He will adjust quickly and blossom.

Thanks for thinking of us waiting families.

Bless you!

Bethany Taylor said...

What a cutie pie! I love the green shirt. We are praying for you all in Ethiopia.

Zack & Rebecca Caldwell said...

He is beautiful! We will be praying that he adjusts quickly and that all goes well with the USCIS mixup.

Anonymous said...

What a blessing to see your little guy in your arms! Remember to take it all in and enjoy every moment! I think the first couple of days are the hardest until the babies get used to you and the different surroundings!
We are praying for you all and know that the paperwork issue will be resolved quickly and you will be home soon with your sweet Mesfin!!!


Carpenters said...

Oh, what a special, precious day! He looks so good in your arms! Congratulations, mommy and daddy!

With Love,