Wednesday, November 16, 2005

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Before we left for China we mailed a disposable camera to Hannah Foster Family. We just had them developed. This is a photo from that camera. We have not seen very many smiles from Hannah like this, so far. It looks like she is waving. The pictures we received from the Foster family show Hannah in a different light than we have seen. She is very happy with them. She has been very quiet with us. She is very scheduled and sleeps well. She eats very well. We hope her personality will start to bloom soon. We think she is potty trained, but she will not go in a western toilet. It scares her. Overall, she is a very good baby.

4 comments:

Mother said...

Good(?)Morning! I woke up about
2AM, couldn't sleep, so just got up
to check!! Found this picture with
that little wrinkled up nose. You
all will have her laughing soon, I'm sure. We have one week made and can start the countdown. Yea!
We love you all so much and are
just so thankful for all we have
been given!! Mother

Ingalsbe Family said...

What a cute picture of Hannah. I know you will see lots of smiles from her soon. Hope she's feeling better. We are getting ready to leave in the morning (Thursday). Trying to tie up loose ends today and finish writing my lists out for Mom and Dad (they are keeping Nate and Nicole). I can't believe the day is almost here!!! Please pray for all of us as we leave, including the kids back home and our parents as they take care of them. Talk to you soon.

Anonymous said...

Hi MaCayla!
I found out about this website from Lydia and I was so excited to see the latest addition to your beautiful family! You must be so excited! I hope that you all are having a great time and we miss you here at MCPS. See you soon!
Love,
Mrs.Carter

Anonymous said...

Patrick, Deann, and McCayla...

We are so excited for all of you!!! Can't wait to see Hannah, as well as the three of you. We are continuing to keep you in our prayers.

Love reading about your China experience and all the cultural differences. I am sure you can relate to the term "culture shock"!

Love,
Jim and Ann Ross