Home Inn (Zhengzhou Daxue Road)
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... pretty neat. We think Addy really enjoyed it also.
Other than that, we have just spent time in the hotel room playing with Addy.
What else have we learned about our munchkin? Well, the girl can hold a whole lotta things in those two tiny little hands. Those hands are also good at throwing stuff, and she thinks it's hilarious to hit mama in the face with those sweet hands. :( Ouch! As for Daddy, ...
... It looked a little wobbly, but I guess that's what happens when you do not walk for almost three days. An hour later, she was just walking around picking up all of her toys and throwing plush toys at Daddy.
We are making great progress in such little time. So proud of our Addy P!
... down the street to the actual processing office. That took a little bit of time since it is a multi-step process which included more paper work, another family picture, and a trip to the bank for the orphanage officer.
We made it back just in time for dinner. We met with another family (they are just the sweetest) at the noodle place again. This next part . . . for those who know me well, you will not believe this . . . ...
... Then, we have an afternoon appointment with the Orphanage Director and Officer for more paperwork. Will try to catch some Z's now while she is sleeping. Hope you enjoy the pics.
Thanks so much for all of your love, friendship, and support! We are very fortunate to have so many people love our sweet Addy P!
Sorry, having technical difficulties uploading pics. Will try again in a few ...
... spread out! A couple wrong turns and 2 minutes later of hobbling around the hospital, we found the X-ray room I was signed up for (yes there were several all of course in different places). Along the route, Jenny had to make way, as people were not courteous of the fact that I could barely walk, often knocking my crutch as they tried to rush past me, or jumping in line to get on the elevator rather than letting me get on, or heaven forbid, take the stairs. It was ...