my treybe

Everyday I realize I love him a little bit more.  Oh my goodness.

Emma  – (October 16, 2012 at 5:04 PM)  

Haaha:) Oh, goodness. Please stop drowning me in cuteness. I can't take it anymore. ;) just kidding! =)

Brooke  – (October 16, 2012 at 5:50 PM)  

Ahh I want him!:) He is adorable. A precious gift straight from heaven.

Lou  – (October 17, 2012 at 11:27 AM)  

What. a. cutie! He is so precious.
Also, I loved your last post. It was so real and straight from the heart. I have kind of the same thing on my heart and mind. See, I went to Africa once. I fell in love with it. We adopted my sister... and that was so far from the stories of rainbows and roses that I had heard of. Through it, I learned of the painful world of disruption...the opposite of adoption, and my heart has been a little bit scarred in the world of adoption-- especially since I have seen almost more cases of disruption than successful adoption in my short time. However, although I believe the rest of my family has become a little hardened towards Africa and adoption, the Lord has really kept my heart soft. I'm simply aching to go back, to serve, to find what the Lord wants me to do. Right now I guess I'm waiting to see where He leads me... and if His path will lead back to Africa. Hey, maybe if the time comes, we could serve together! ;)) Anywhoodle, that was a lot of words, but all that to say, I am so thankful that there are more young people in this world who really have a passion and want to take care of the helpless.


p.s. what part of Africa did you visit?

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