Doctors say she’s normal

Tara took Elizabeth to the “international adoption specialist” doctors today for a psychological evaluation and another physical exam. They say she is perfectly average/normal for a girl her age. Of course, that puts her well above average for a foreign orphan.

We think she’s better than any other girl her age, but we might be biased. Continue reading Doctors say she’s normal

Luncheon

I can’t believe how nice my coworkers at Franklin are. On Friday, they had a luncheon at work for Elizabeth and Tara. They invited me, too. 🙂
Great food, several gifts, and the biggest surprise: a money tree. Tara and I were speechless at that. It’s not like my coworkers have any more
“spare” money than we do. Don’t worry, we’ll spend it all ( Continue reading Luncheon

Settling in

I just thought I’d mention that Elizabeth is settling into her new life pretty well. Tara is her full-time parent, I just appear after work and on weekends. 🙂 Even then, it’s Tara who does most of the work.

Elizabeth’s biggest hurdle so far has been getting used to our pets, three pugs and a cat. She’s ALMOST completely used to the pugs by now Continue reading Settling in