Monday, September 19, 2011

No News is Good News

So we haven't heard any updates about Isaac's health, but that is good news, because other than the regular 7-10 updates, any other updates mean he has gotten worse and will be going to isolation.  So in this case, no news is good news.

Still no news from the embassy, but this is also good news, because right now it would mean they would want additional information from us.  I have no idea what part of our lives they are not aware of, except how many times a day we use the restroom {in case you don't understand this joke, it's about how much personal information you have to provide to complete strangers during the adoption process} so I am not sure what else they could ask us and have it be relevant to the adoption. ;)

Anyhow, I was reading a blog post from another family traveling home this week with children from Isaac's foster home and wanted to share what we could be looking forward to on the ride home...

"The journey home made the trip to Modor to destroy the ring look like a cake walk. We had our own tough little hobbits.  The boys were really strong."

While it sounds really difficult, we are looking forward to bringing our little "hobbit" home. ;)

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