Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Sara Update - Wednesday!

Now you have to admit that Sara must definitely have some of papa's gene's! She is just too cute not to have!

All is going exceptionally well! We video chat every morning and Sara is a girl on the go - just bubbling with joy and happiness!

The trip to China is going well. They are having a great time and all is on schedule. Matt, Jo and Sara will be heading home the 20th.

Please keep them in your prayers!

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yippeee.... except the part about Sara having grandpa's genes....Lord have mercy!!! Keep those pictures coming. Love it!!

Praise God from whom all blessings flow!!

Janis

praise365 said...

I'm glad that she has your "genes" and it's not that you have her pink hair clips :)

Congrats friend and God bless you and your wonderful family...

scott

Indian Lake Papa said...

Janis - You will get sick of pics probably! LOL She is doing so very well - not one tear all day yesterday.

Scott - you would look cute driving down the road with pink curlers! LOL Hope your driving is going good!

CrossView said...

She is too adorable! I see the resemblance - I think it must be the hair??!!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Crossview - papa is crying (not because I lost my hair!) - we have been so blessed with this little girl. They have not had one "melt down".

Edwina at The Picket Fence said...

You are a proud Papa and she is so darn cute...

Liz said...

It looks like they are having a great time and taking advantage of being in China. What a doll!

Ed said...

The camera really likes Sara. I could never get tried of seeing pictures of that beautiful, expressive, face.

Sara does look like she shares you love of life, and I can see your sense of humor in her face.

It will be a great moment when you and Mama can finally hold her.

Indian Lake Papa said...

This is Mama
You are so right Ed. I can hardly wait to hold, hug and kiss that sweet little girl. I have already started telling her "I love you" She sure has a sweet smile. Jo says she is a very good girl. MAMA

Carol said...

Does Sara speak English...understand you when you talk to her? She's very adorable and looks like she's full of life and love and giggles!

Strider said...

Great looking family.

Indian Lake Papa said...

Strider - THey are a great family! Three children, two are international adoptions.

Carol - no english - yet! LOL

Liz -The whole trip has gone well!!

Edwina - proud as a Peacock! I think grandpa's are allowed to do that!

Annie said...

She's so cute!! I'm so glad things are going well! Do you know Angie? (http://angiewashington.com/) They are in the process of trying to adopt a little girl right now.

Tam said...

she is beautiful!!!

and you are clearly a proud grandpa!!!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Annie - I did stop by Angie's site. We are so excited about Sara!

Tam - yep, we have a new grand daughter and you a new niece! :O)

angiewashington.com said...

Wow, I have tears of joy in my eyes for this precious family of yours. Congratulations!

Thanks for stopping by at my site and leaving a comment. I have seen you around and I am very honored that you came by. You are a great encouragement to everyone you meet both in the blogosphere and face-to-face.

Blessings!
@ngie

Indian Lake Papa said...

HI Angie!

We are blessed! I am one excited papa.

Michelle said...

She is beautiful!!!

I think she must take after Mama.

How soon will they be home?

Technonana said...

How very precious, papa... I know this time cannot come soon enough!!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Michelle - Take after mama ??!! I think she has papa's genes!! LOL

Sharon - our problem is we have to wait until the end of March to hold her !! Bummer!!

wornoutwoman a.k.a. Kimberly McKay said...

She's adorable. I will say a prayer tonight.
Thanks for checkin on me...we're okay. The tornado hit a few miles from our house, so we were spared. We know plenty that had some major damage.

So you said mama finished but said nothing about her thoughts. That leaves me to believe she didn't like it. That's okay...each person will have a different opinion. I just appreciate your support in buying one. Thank you so much.

Indian Lake Papa said...

Kim- I don't want to speak for mama - she did like your book and we will get the sequel! But mama would be a good one to talk to about your book. :o)

darla said...

I see the resemblance! (wink) beautiful, still praying..

God is sooo good, tearing just looking at that little one that HE has a plan for, and is responsible for moving her to the states with a Christian family...amazing, the love of our Father!

Love you too!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Darla - I am a little crazy. I often wonder what life would have been like if Darla would have been my little girl. In spite of some of your tough times - you have done well. I am sure my daughter will do her best to raise this little girl to make 100% all right choices. :o) !!

Tam said...

yay! im an aunt again!

Indian Lake Papa said...

Tam - someday you have to hug that little niece of yours!