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This blog is intended for friends, family and others that are interested in sharing in our life adventures. Featuring our Chinese adoption update, our Texas home birthing and other thoughts and pictures. Please add a comment. I would love to hear from you!
Wow, it has been a long two weeks in the hot China sun. We are happy to be home, but very jet lagged. Julia has taken very well to her new room and her new toys.
Yesterday we spent a long boring day in the hotel and then flew to Guangzhou.
Today we went to a small village with many small craft shops. It was very interesting to see how people live on the other side of the globe. I bought some Julia a silk dress for about $5 and Jason got a magic trick and a handmade dart gun.
Joe here, posting this morning. Forgive me if I duplicate anything. I have no idea what Jen has posted so far and I can't read it b/c of the net censorship.
Well after 3 flights and 24 hours of travel time -- we have arrived in Beijing.
She was abandoned at Zhonghe Town Middle School. She was found wrapped in a blanket and lying in a basket. The only belonging with her was a bottle. Her estimated her DOB is 3-9-2006. She was named her Xiu Fushu, Xiu stands for Xiushan, Fu means luck and Shu means pretty! <-- As she is Pretty Luck - eh?
Happy New Year in this the Year of the Red Dog!