|The next time I walk out these doors, I plan on having my arms|
full of little boys!
|Walking down the path through the grounds of the institution,|
packing a backpack full of toys and snacks for our hour-long visit
|the building where my sons live|
|we wait in this visiting room for around 20 minutes usually|
while the boys are dressed and brought out to us
|they keep the facility very clean and tidy|
|I will not miss these things! Gideon cannot understand why|
they are not toys for him to disassemble!
|I wait breathlessly for this moment each day: Gideon kicks his|
legs and whoops with glee as he is wheeled into the visiting
room. As soon as the chair slows down, he launches himself
out of it and into my arms!
|Micah is so sweet and happy to see |
Mama and Grandma each morning
|sharing a laugh with Grandma|
|every morning Gideon looks for his juice and|
snack cup first thing!
|but Micah will not even think about drinking out of his sippy|
cup, and when I offered him this bottle . . .
|he just laughed at me and pushed it away. He won't even|
try to take a sip of water from me so far. He thinks it is a
big joke, but I am pretty worried. Please pray that
we can keep him hydrated while we travel!
|In the hallway there is some wonderful artwork on display, done |
by the children who live here.