So, no sugar coating here.
Kai is a super happy kid and then he isn’t.
Last night was rough. Not much sleep. I ended up walking him from 430-630am all over our hotel. Which worked out, because I was up anyways.
This afternoon when he woke up, wow. He was not happy. It was next level. He was overwhelmed and we were overwhelmed.
We know that he has 3 years of life that we know nothing about. We also know that his entire world has been turned upside down.
So, even in our exhaustion, we are so thankful! Every minute, every hour and every day is such an amazing adventure with this little boy.
We would be honored if you would continue to pray for us.
In the midst of all this, I am just continually amazed. I walk through the lobby of our hotel and I see family after family with their adopted kids.
Families adopting little girls who can’t use their arms.
Families adopting little girls who are blind.
Families adopting little boys and girls with Down syndrome.
Families adopting little boys with congenital heart disease.
We spoke with one family who didn’t know what their new son’s life expectancy even was. But, they felt called to adopt and love him.
I am just Amazed!