Jinjiang Inn Zhengzhou Zhongyuan Road
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Can you tell we are just in love with her?!?! She is just pure joy and we are just soaking it all in.
Miss Addy P can definitely eat and will let you know she wants more. We did a quick weigh-in today and it looks like she may be at the 20lbs. mark. Not sure of the accuracy considering my method of weighing with and without her. Right before we left for China, the update said she was right at about 18 ...
... 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 . . . ...
... noticed on the drive over she had an ear infection. After some follow-up with her care facility and a moped trip across town for drops and cleaner by one of our adoption guides, we are good now. They said she just needed to do the drops for a little bit longer.
Overall, we are doing great! Tomorrow, we have an early morning trip to the passport office to get Addy's paperwork prepared and ...
... dangerous. I am actually happy to have sold my bike. I did go out for a couple runs, avoiding peak traffic hours or taking side roads. It has also made me question where or not I would like to get a motor bike in the future. Having had such an experience on a small bike, traveling at only 30km/hr, I am scared to think what would happen at any higher. Mind you, where I would drive people would follow the rules of the road. But still, things can happen, and they can happen fast.