Home Stretch.

We’re in the home stretch of this adoption. FPD filed our I-600 while he was in Ghana. A few pieces of the paperwork were a little messed up. Kingsley said he would fix them yesterday and then re-file them at the embassy. So, if our paperwork truly got re-filed, then the last person’s paperwork took […]

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Trait vs. Disease.

When FPD got home from Ghana, he handed me a copy of GhanaGirl’s medical exam results. On the results was a blank next to Sickle Cell, in the blank were the letters POS. Positive. My heart sank. FPD said “I didn’t tell you about it in Ghana, because it wasn’t even up for discussion, she’s […]

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Welcome Home!

Welcome Home, FPD! It’s good to have you back. He went to bed at about 2am, and the last thing he said to me was “I think we need to go there a couple of times a year just to help”. This from the man who is cheaper than anyone I have EVER met. To […]

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Let It Be.

That’s what I woke up this morning feeling like I had to do. So, I’m going to let it all be today. Our furry little friend in the ceiling hasn’t been caught yet, but the lights are fixed and no one has heard him up there. So, I’ll let it be. Someone suggested he didn’t […]

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Dropping Like Flies.

We’re dropping like flies around here. Yesterday, two were cultured for Strep Throat. Tomorrow, I’ll head back to have the third little boy cultured. Bleck. But, a throat culture means you get a chocolate shake. So, they’re ok with it. Once it’s done, that is. We’ve had some hard times over the last couple of […]

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