Saturday, July 3, 2010

Home

After 38 hours in transit (from the time we left the Guest Home until the time we arrived at our house) we are home...thanking God and kissing the ground.

Four things we learned from our travels...
4. When you take off your shoes on the airplane, this insures one of your children will need an emergency diaper change.
3. When you are just almost asleep, this will insure that the person in front of you will abruptly put their seat back and your knees will then be at your throat.
2. Men, don't stand up while using the bathroom on the plane....think turbulence.

1. When your child cries on the plane, thank God. When the diaper leaks through all their clothing (and yours), praise Him. They are screaming in your arms, instead of an orphanage. They are needing changed by YOU. Thank you Lord that we may have had difficulties during the trip, because this means they are home.

We have delighted ourselves in the Lord and He has given us the desires of our heart.

2 comments:

  1. I'm so very happy for ya'll! You take care of those babies and the rest of your wonderful family.

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  2. So glad you are safely home with your little ones. THis post made me smile. :D

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Join the momentum...it is a beautiful place to be. It's not always easy, but then the best things never are.

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