We are so excited about all the families who passed court and are traveling to bring home their little ones.
We have been staying busy. We have gotten no news, yet. Jessica, our case worker, is and therefore, we are, hopeful. We should learn more next week. Probably Tuesday. One of the hardest things for me is the time factor. It will take close to two weeks to learn anything from the day we learned that we were not going to go to court. This for someone who has check lists and likes to check things off the list!
I am going to get involved in the Andrew's high school in their Global Education Initiative. His school has very large community service requirements and they would like a component of it to be globally focused. The same day I had a meeting at his school, I received a certified letter saying that he was failing his community service requirement. I almost got in an accident reading it in the car. Luckily, I took a few hours to call Jason who then called the director back. She was unaware of his trip to DR doing a medical mission. Okay...all is well that ends well.
Meanwhile, Eliza found this cute retelling of Princess and the Pea to add to our bookshelves. The artwork is great.I found this book to add to our shelves:
Again, I love the illustrations. It also give a great explanations as to how the electoral college works for younger kids.
I also listened to a few of Dr. Purvis's videos. She looks and acts so much like my mother that I have always enjoyed watching her. I also love the way she explains attachment, discipline techniques, and so much more.