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... the day was that all the kids passports were finalized. Vivian dropped Zayne's off to us around 4:30. Our official business here in Zhengzhou is now complete. Zayne played out in the hallway with some of the other kids for about 45 min., then after another in-room dinner (pizzas this time, with Zayne having left over noodles), Zackery and I made our last pool trip for this hotel. Zayne did start saying "Hello" today, which was cool. I think he is going to pick up ...
... dozen toy rides for the kids to play on, and a larger play area in another section that had a sandbox and a jumpy inflatable. Zayne loved the inflatable, so I foresee some Pump it Up trips back home in the near future. Zackery got a new Lego set and a remote control car at a toy store there, so he was excited about that.
We hung out there until lunchtime, then hit Burger King on the way back. Julie, Zack ...
... on the noodle place nearby. The food was fairly decent, but more traditional Chinese. For example, the "kids" meal (which we didn't order, but our friends did) consisted of two chicken wings, just like you would get at Buffalo Wild Wings, spinach and a breaded prawn. We opted for dumplings and pork with rice. The dumplings were a hit (except for a few bites with noticeable veggies), but the rice dish ended up all over the ...
... the stairs with 3 boys, one of whom was our Zayne. We recognized him immediately. Little Z made it so easy on us right from the jump. I picked him up, he smiled at me and then gave Zackery a kiss on the cheek. Fairly unbelievable, and quite an amazing moment. Julie got to hold him next, and then we took turns being ushered through the confusion to sign some paperwork. Zayne went right for the small toy area and ...
... at slightly higher elevations. It does look odd though. When you look up, you see no clouds, no sun, no blue, just total whiteness. It is like living inside a dome. I think it would be difficult to become accustomed to that on a permanent basis.
This will be our last entry as a family of three. You will get to see little Z on the next updatee...
M, J and Z