Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Think of your own title!

Current state of mind is not conducive to blogging. I will try to think of something and post soon, maybe just pictures.

Three kids, trying to work from home, Keith gone all the time, just feeling stretched and tired. Will update the reading log, and maybe a weigh-in once I catch my breath. Mostly I need to focus on the boys and Eva.


At some point I want to write about the entire adoption process, the trip, everything. I need to process internally, first though. But I'll need the therapy of writing about it, so it's coming someday.

6 comments:

hogwired said...

Just glad to see that you made it home. I was starting to feel stalker-ish checking your blog so much.

I hope that things settle down soon and you are able to catch your breath. I'd love to hear how the boys are handling having a new sibling.

Melani

Amy said...

Yay. You're home. I can't imagine how overwhelming things would be at this point. How are the boys enjoying Eva? I'll bet it is both wonderful and exhausting at every turn. But so amazing!

Fultz'N_it said...

So glad that you are home! Can't wait to see ALL of your kids. I haven't seen Owen since he was Luke's age and I have never seen Ari and of course Eva. Are you guys planning on coming down (or over, or whatever) for Thanksgiving or Christmas? I know holidays with Mam and Paw will never be the same again with the great grands and then came Luke. I can't wait to get all of them together!
Take it as easy as you can. Enjoy some Calgon moments for yourself.
~Tamara

Andrea said...

Calgon Take Me Away!!!!!!!!!!!! Glad to see you guys are home safe!

Kim said...

Glad to hear you made it home safely. Can't wait to see the kiddos... haven't met Ari yet or seen Owen since his first B-day, now we get to meet the new addition Eva hopefully soon. try and make some time for yourself which I know is hard w/3 kids.... Kim

Anonymous said...

Followed your link from The Naked Ovary...we adopted from Kaz (now 2 year old girl) and started in Petro before we had to move regions. I'd love to compare notes, I wonder if you had some of the same snags we did...

Soper