We came to Korea to pick our baby girl. And now that we have her, we are ready to go home!
My last post tells the story of our first hours with Sarah. As I commented on the previous post, we had a *great* night. Instead of her normal 4:00-5:00 wake-up/feeding, she woke up at 12:30 a.m. She cried at first, drank a little formula, then was pleasant/playful until we put her back in her crib at 1:30 a.m. She went back to sleep well!
Sarah slept much longer than normal, going to sleep about 1.5 hours early and waking up 1.5 hours later (based on what we were told). She’s pleasant and playful again this morning, so we’re off to a good start and are hopeful that today will be an important day of bonding/adjusting with Sarah (though there could/should still be some rough spots)!
The day’s agenda will be pretty light but will depend a lot of Sarah. We’ll try to get out as much as we can to enjoy our last day of beautiful weather here in Seoul (forecast: Sunny and a high of 70 degrees).
Posts today will also depend on Sarah. I will try to post some photos from our last of couple days here, but it’s possible that I’ll wait till after we get home to do it.
In the meantime, thanks for following us on this journey. FYI, our blog probably averages at least 40-60 views/day. Those numbers have been considerably higher in the last week as we’ve averaged 190+ views/day, including a high of 445 on the day we met Sarah. Again, thanks for following us and, especially, for your prayers!
This time tomorrow morning, we’ll be on a bus to Incheon International Airport where we’ll board a flight to Washington, D.C.
As I said, we are ready to go home and to unite the family God has blessed us with!