Sunday, November 9, 2008

For your viewing pleasure

We got new pictures last night of Hannah! It had been over 2 months since the last and we really needed something to encourage our faith that things are moving. Someone Buddy just met gave us some money toward the adoption and shared the story of Mephibosheth again with him. David sought out "M" through the whole land so he could show kindness to him, providing the very best for this orphan, treating him like one of his sons. God cares for orphans and we KNOW He's bringing our little girl home quickly!!!

11 comments:

Mary said...

What a cutie!

Collin and Amanda said...

Oh what a great picture. She's adorable!

Amanda (RR)

Marlita said...

Im so glad she isn't in boy clothes. She looks adorable!

traceylynndel said...

She's so cute!

Tracey (RR)
www.delrosarioadoptionsaga.spaces.live.com

Mary said...

Also, I have a TON of georgian music on my computer. Let me know if you want me to send you some of the songs that made me fall in love with the country! Additionally, I highly recommend this cookbook:
http://www.amazon.com/Georgian-Feast-Vibrant-Culture-Republic/dp/0520219295
Not only is it more or less the only Georgian cookbook available, but the recipes are pretty authentic and easy to make over here in the US.

Tracey S. said...

I just can't not comment!

She is sooo beautiful!!!!!!!!!

I am one of those people who read your blog and never comment. I've been following Hannah since I first saw her on Reece's Rainbow. When I first saw her she immediately touched my heart not just because she is as cute as a button but because I share the same special need she has, Arthrogryposis (AMC).

I prayed she'd find a family quickly I even posted the link to her posting on Reece's Rainbow on the Arthrogryposis Support Group Forums. I was sooo excited to see she found a family within a month of my first seeing her. I think I was even more stoked when I found your blog, I can follow her journey to America! I am soo saddened to see your journey to get her is not going as quickly as it should.

I don't know if you've been in communication with another Mom through Reece's Rainbow, who adopted Evan, also with AMC (I found Reece's Rainbow through her blog). I live about an hr from them in Ohio and Evan & I have the same surgeon. Evan is doing so awesome for only being home a year! I can't wait to see how far he goes in life!

If you want more prayers from a ton of people who have AMC very close to their heart. Post a little story about Hannah in the community forums over at Arthrogryposis Support (amcsupport.org/forum). If you can't figure out the forums let me know and I'll gladly post about your Hannah & ask for prayers that she comes home very soon.

Your adoption and your family will continue to be in my prayers.

Feel free to contact me anytime!! My life with arthrogryposis is an open book.

tracey@amcsupport.org

-Tracey S.

Kerry Shealy said...

This is a great picture! She is so sweet and beautiful!
Kerry RR

Shelley said...

What a beautiful little girl!

Mary said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'll make up a couple of CD's and photocopy some of the recipes, then send them along. My email address is maryhamiltonfrench at gmail dot com.

spahrfamily said...

She's getting more and more beautiful every day! I can't wait to see her homecoming photos.
Martha Spahr

Anonymous said...

Did you know that it is unlawful to promise a child to someone BEFORE they have been approved by the country and have gone through the country's court proceedings declaring them the legal adoptive parent?
Was curious if you got roped into sending money to the foster family that takes care of Natia?