AWAA Transition Home
Zane wanted to chill a little bit more than usual today. We walked around the grounds, and Daddy let him see the men unloading Wooha (water) from the truck. He was very interested in the process of taking water bottles out and putting empty water bottles in. Then we pretty much stayed on the porch the rest of the time. He looked at some books with cars, trucks, planes, and boats, played a little with plastic baby toys, but mostly wanted to cuddle. Mark left for a few minutes to go talk to some of the staff, and Zane said "Daddy" and "Ababa" the entire time. When Mark returned, he stopped. I think he knows what it means. He wasn't much into saying "Mama" today, but he wanted me to hold him a lot. He's got a little ear infection, so we would appreciate your prayers about that. That is probably why he is a little cranky and just wanting to lay low.
When we left today, Zane went to the window with the other kids, smiled, and waved goodbye again. He was a little clingy when I dropped him off, but his friends are WAY too exciting to be sad for long!
We will get to meet the Marquez family and one other family coming in tonight. It's a full house here at the Yesabi again!
We go to the International Church again tomorrow. I CAN'T WAIT! It is such a great church, and it is such a cool picture of what heaven will be like with all people singing praises to God.
It's almost dinner time here, so I gotta run. Have a great day in the states!