Friday, November 21, 2008

Please be in prayer!

The little Munchkin knows something is up :) She was not the same child today she has been the past few days. She didn't want much to do with us today. She wouldn't eat for us either. They told us it is sometimes common with the kids once they realize they are the center of attention with someone for a period of time. She also told us not to worry and while I'm not "worried" I know this will be hard on her.

Just pray for tomorrows transition from her home to her new home!!

8 comments:

His Hands His Feet Today said...

Praying for all of you during this huge moment of transition! God has already gone before you ... trust in him and walk... even if it's just baby steps and shallow breaths... trust him!!!!
Love you,
K

Brooke said...

Yes, I know this is probably the most difficult day of your trip. I will be praying for both you and Nidhi. While it will be difficult, think about the big picture- you are headed home to give her a life of opportunity she wouldn't have had in India. The Lord will be with you every step of the way. Blessings!

Nichole said...

I will be praying for you guys!

Elaine McDonnell said...

Praying for you and James, and your kiddoes!
God bless you.
We look forward to meeting your newest child. :-)

kymberlee said...

I know this part of the transition of actually taking her and having her as your own is going to be hard for both of you guys as well as for #4. Just keep leaning on the Lord:) He has gotten you guys this far, He won't just leave you hanging.
Just a couple ?'s:
What time is your flight comming in on the 26th?
Is she really a 2T?
Luv ya'll.

A Stafford said...

Yes, Sweeti knew something was up too--she just started opening up to us by giggling and playing baby games yesterday (Thursday)- about a week after meeting her at Ashraya. I'm praying N adjusts well. Sweeti is supposed to be napping--and I hear her saying, "Mama". Music to my ears.

Charlie McCoy said...

I am sure that she is nervous and excited, just as y'all are. I'll be praying that all goes smoothly, and that she'll just fit right in and not have to many complications. ((HUGS))

JavaMama said...

Praying that He will give her peace in her journey home with you both. I can only imagine the emotions all of you must be going through...

JOYfully in Him,
Kelli