Big news #1:
We have our LID for Havi- Nov 9th!
Big news #2:
I was supposed to finish this post up before we turned off our computers earlier this week, but that, obviously, didn't happen. These photos were taken at our old place. Remember, I wanted to capture the kids just hanging out and enjoying themselves? Well, here they are pretending to be ferocious lions. They love to play "animals" all the time.
I loved photographing them at play in our living room because it had the absolute best light in the entire house. (Yes, technically it should probably be called the family room. But I grew up with only one room for the family, and we called it the living room. So that's what always stuck with me.)
I still have other photos I've taken this past month at our old home that I still want to share. No fear, though, I will try to put up some photos of the dumplings in our new home. Believe it or not, I still haven't taken a shot of the front of our house. For real. lol. Anyway, I think I better start downloading all those iPhone photos I've taken. I can't believe how much light this house has!! I haven't even bothered shooting with my big girl camera too much these last few days because I have found the photos I've taken with my iPhone to be bright enough. Gasp!
We're still in the processing of moving everything in and helping things find their rightful place. But the reality is, though our old house was small, we really built in some great storage. Our new house has much more space, but storage just isn't the best...not yet anyway. It will come, if I have my way. lol
Anyway, I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. We will be enjoying ours in our new place! Oh, and I can't forget to say a huge thank you to our dear friend Shail and his friend Carlo, who are men of steel with hearts of gold and have graciously given up their time these past two days to help us. And according to them, they're not done! Say what? Their hearts are so huge. They have richly blessed us as they have been the hands and feet of God. We are so grateful and are deeply humbled by their service. A million thanks!