I had big plans. I mean, I take seriously the job of memory-marking, especially for our kiddos who come to us without baby books and stacks of pictures since infancy. And these are the very first memories we are making as a family that has just grown by one.
But this didn’t seem to alter the determination of the interwebs to foil all my very best efforts to get pictures posted to the blog of our trip to Magnolia. So I’ve had to call in some outside help.
All that to say, I know the posts have been lacking but it’s not for lack of trying. And I hope to have the problem solved and to be able to post the remainder of our trip by the time we leave China.
Our first stop on this trip was Beijing to visit some special foster homes that care for very special babies. The first home we visited I won’t share about publicly for privacy ra sons. But the second? Well, y’all probably already know many of these sweet faces.
Yep. We got to visit Morning Star.
And the sweetness was even stronger in person than in pictures.
Seeing the little ones we’ve been praying for and loving from afar all these months? Completely surreal and even more wonderful.
And I think Clementine would agree.
Meredith, we missed you (again!) but are so grateful for the chance to see first-hand the story He is writing through you in these children’s lives.
You are a rockstar.