Our little duckling has grown up! Samuel was outside while the duck was loose and they had a lot of fun chasing each other. Well, at least Samuel had a good time, we're not so sure about the poor duck.
First the duck chased him...
Then Samuel's nanny caught the nervous looking duck so that Samuel could pet him.
Then the duck got loose, so Samuel had to chase after him. Have you noticed Samuel's shirt yet? It says, "Derby Ducks". How appropriote!
Try to watch this video without giggling. It's impossible, isn't it?
Our girls just seem to grow before our very eyes!!
Hannah is such a big girl now. She goes to school and is learning so many new things. Why, she even looks so much more grown up than before. Her hair has grown so long and beautiful and she is such a sweety! We're so proud of all you've accomplished Hannah and can't wait to see what this next year holds for you dear girl! We continue to believe for your forever family to find you soon. They will be one blessed family!
We went to the Wildlife Park again last Friday! Don't forget to check out all of the amazing pictures on our scrapbook.
William and Cora make just about the most perfect foster brother and sister team. Don't they look charming together? They were getting a good look at the kangaroos.
When Timothy heard the llamas spitting he said, "Bless you!" He mistook their spitting for sneezes. The kids got to feed some of the llamas grass and branches, which was a highlight for many of them.
We celebrated the day with a special lunch of hamburgers, french fries and juice. Lucy Kate enjoyed every last bite of her hamburger. Check out the look on her face, do you think that she'll be a McDonald's fan when she goes to the US?
Jace took some flying leaps out of the bus, thanks to his buddy. We are so grateful to the team from Lee University who sponsored this trip to go see the animals. We made sure to schedule the animal adventure for while they were here, so they were able to come too.
The children had a blast on this trip, where do you think we should go next?
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