Well as I have said before I am a bad blogger. I just cannot get on here and write anything as not a lot is going on. Lindze is in first grade and loving it. She is my little rhythmic gymnastic girl but man is that killing mom and dad with practice and out of town meets. Gabriel is Gabriel and I never imagined how wild a boy could be due to the fact that Lindze was the "perfect" kid. People told me she was the rare exception and I did not believe them but I do now. Gabriel is non stop into something all the time. He listens to no one at all but hey he is sweet when he gives me kisses and hugs. He is a true mommas boy which is good except that he will not let anyone hold him therefore when we go out or to church, no one can help me with him. Also I am in the middle of finding a new job or a second PRN job due to the fact that extra money will help if we can ever finish Alek's adoption. This will force me to put Gabriel in a day care or mothers day out which he probably needs. Today in church he screamed in the nursery until my mom had to go get him and bring him to me. To say the least I didn't get much out of church today:(
On the adoption front we are still waiting. I still have to renew everything but I just cannot pay to do it until I see some true forward movement. We are hoping and praying to hear that the Family Code passes all 3 areas it has to pass through. This would be the first big positive coming out of that country. I sent some items to Alek through my dear friend Teresa in hopes that he would have something for his birthday which is coming up in 2 weeks. Unbelievable that he is about to be 3 years old. I've asked multiple times for updated pictures but that seems to be hard to come by these days:(
So that is life in a nutshell. Just praying for something to happen soon with getting our little man home. My family is uberexcited that we are back waiting for him as are my friends. We just all want him here getting raised with a family and being loved as he should be versus growing up in an orphanage. So all we can do at this point is pray that the big mountain is moved and all the kids come home to their families.