So our new number for Ethiopia is
We moved one spot last month which is more than we thought we would move.
The big news at our house is that we brought our sweet Eden home from the hospital. We have been home in Louisiana for a week. It was so good to be able to bring our sweet girl home. There were times when we didn't think this whole adoption would happen, but we knew the Lord was in control and are so thankful that he saw fit to add this sweet blessing to our home. She is so sweet and easy. We can't get enough of her and are enjoying every sleep deprived minute with her. ;)
Our agency has said that when she is 6 months old if we are comfortable receiving a referral that they are fine with us moving forward with our Ethiopian adoption. They have said they think it will be about 9 months before we get one. We are totally fine with that and are praying that we can raise the remaining 11,000 that we need to complete the adoption.
I'm not going to lie when I think about raising MORE money I start to hyperventilate a little bit. More money? We have to raise more? I'm going to be brainstorming over the next few months on how to best do this and come up with some new fun fundraisers that everyone should enjoy. In the mean time we still have Ethiopia t-shirts, bracelets, and puzzle pieces left to sell, so feel free to let me know if you want one. We know that the Lord has called us to adopt both Eden and Willow so we will rest in knowing He will provide for Willow when the time is right. He has done the impossible right before our eyes so many times with our adoption of Eden and we are so thankful and continue to anticipate what He will do with Willow.
Here are a few pictures of Eden for your viewing pleasure.
Jude holding her for the first time
The first time Carter met her
The boys getting to see her for the first time
Getting to leave the hospital