Monday, October 6, 2008

Cardboard Testamonies

Get the tissues ready!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Happy 4th Birthday Alenna!

Yesterday was Alenna's 4th birthday! I can't believe how fast the time has gone! She has grown up and changed so much in the last 2+ years that we have been home with her. She has been a blessing and a challenge and has helped me to grow in so many ways. Thank you Lord for giving me the chance to raise this beautiful, smart, sassy and sweet little girl!
P.S. As you can see, she is a future professional Ukulele player! :)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Sugery was a sucess!

Yesterday, Alenna had her surgery. She went in at 11:00 am and came into recovery around 12:15. The surgery went well, she had to have 7 silver caps done on her molars in the back and several cavities filled in her front teeth. She also had to have one tooth extracted. It was not the one that we thought was going to have to be pulled, the tooth the Dr. thought he would have to pull turned out to be OK, but the one on the bottom that has been hurting her so much was dead. When they pulled it they found a large abscess that they didn't know was there. I am so thankful that they found it and were able to treat it. I can see the Lord's hand in this from the very beginning. It truly was a miracle that we were able to get her into the Dr. so quickly and that she was able to have her surgery so soon. It might have saved her life. Thank you for praying for Alenna and us, she is doing really well and is already back to her old self!

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Funny thing about Chinese names....

A few days ago, I was in the car with Alenna, Arianna and Brandon. Alenna was sitting in her carseat and calling for Arianna. For some reason Alenna was calling Arianna by her Chinese name, Xiao Wen. As Alenna was calling her Arianna was not responding to Alenna at all, so I told Alenna that Arianna was the name that her sister wanted to be called by and that Xiao Wen was her Chinese name. Anyway, I went on to explain to Alenna that her Chinese name was Xiao Yu. When I said that, Alenna said "Xiao Me?" No, I said your Chinese name was Xiao Yu. Alenna again said, "Xiao Me?" I not Arianna! I'm Alenna! I tried several more times to explain it to her, but I don't think she quite got it yet! I will keep trying though.

Follow up on story...The next morning we were in the car again, and the subject came up again about the Chinese names. I was still trying to get Alenna to understand that her name was Xiao Yu. After a few tries, Alenna gets fed up with me, points to Arianna and says "XIAO HER"!!! I just let it drop after that! Needless to say, Alenna is quite the character!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Please pray for Alenna

We found out yesterday that Alenna was going to have to have dental surgery to fix her multiple cavities and to redo and try to save her tooth that was just filled last week! Her surgery is scheduled for next week. She is in pain from her teeth, so I am very thankful that she will be able to get in so soon. Please pray that all goes well and that they will be able to save her tooth.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

School days have started :)

So, now that school is in full swing, my life is starting to settle down a little. But not much! Bryan is a Junior! in high school this year, I can't believe where the time has gone. It was just yesterday that he was a chubby little baby. Brandon is a freshmen in high school, he seems to be enjoying it OK. Annika started middle school this year and really likes it. She's not to sure about the homework, but knowing her it won't be a problem. Arianna started school here for the first time. She wasn't too happy about going to school at first, I'm sure that she thought that she was done with school and work once she left China, ha ha! But now that she has been in school for awhile she seems to be happy and says that she likes it. She has a wonderful, sweet teacher who I think will be great for her.
Alenna is happy to have me all to herself pretty much full time now, and is enjoying some peace and quite around the house. Since I didn't have enough to do with my five kids, ;) I offered to babysit for a friend. So now we have a baby around the house again for a few hours a day. Alenna does really enjoy playing with her, so it is nice to have her here.
I am happy to have a routine again! I can now get my cleaning done without tripping over kids all day, and maybe work on some projects this fall.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Misc. cute photos....

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Where to start?

As you have propably already guessed I have been very busy lately! Since we have been home from China we have done VBS, had out of town company, gone to Sliverwood, and been to the beach! So, I will start with VBS and go from there...
This year was Arianna's first VBS and she loved it! Every day she would ask if we were going to VBS again tomorrow. She really enjoyed the songs and doing the hand motions along with it.
On the last day of VBS Arianna's best friend Lauren and her mom Deanna came to visit us! It was a really wonderful visit and I feel so blessed that they live close enough that we can get together, and that the girls' can see each other.
The day after Lauren and her mom left, we went up for a day trip to Silverwood. All the kids had a great time riding the rollercosters and playing in the water park.

This last weekend, we left for the beach and spent three days there. In a interesting turn of events we found out that we would be going to the same place at the same time as Lauren's family! So, we decided to just stay together. We had so much fun! We spent one whole day at the beach, we had a campfire and roasted hot dogs and just relaxed and enjoyed ourselves. It was really great! I came home feeling much more relaxed and calm. Now it is time to think about school as the kids' will be starting soon!

Saturday, July 26, 2008

China Video

My wonderful friend Deanna, also known as Lauren's mom, put together this amazing video for us of our first moment we saw Arianna in the Civil Affairs Office in China until the moment we flew off from Guangzhou, China. Enjoy!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

First week home!

Well, we have now been home for almost a week. And what a week it has been! It feels like it has been a month since we have stepped off the plane. So to recap what has been happening I will start with our flight out of Guangzhou, China.
We left our hotel the White Swan at about 5:45 am. We drove to the airport went through all the security and check in process and then sat and waited until it was time to board. When we boarded our first flight I told Arianna that she had to wear the seatbelt. She was not happy about that at all! She cried the first and only tears I have seen over the seatbelt! After about 10 minutes of trying to get out of wearing her seatbelt she finally realized I meant business and she was going to wear it whether she wanted to or not. She quite fussing about it and settled in. We never heard another peep from her the rest of the trip home. She was a wonderful traveler.
When we stepped off the plane at our final destination we had to go through US customs and Immigration. Boy, was that a pain! You wait and wait and wait in line only to be put into another line were you wait some more. When you finally get through the lines they take you to a room were, you guessed it you get to wait some more! About two hours after our plane landed we finally got to meet our friends and family that were waiting so very patiently for us. Arianna and her best friend Lauren also finally got to see each other again after a four month separation. They didn't rush into each others arms like I thought they would have, but they did have a very sweet reunion. We spent the weekend with Lauren's family and friends so that Lauren and Arianna could spend time together before we came home. I hardly saw Arianna the whole weekend, her and Lauren were having so much fun together. I was glad to see that they had the chance to see each other and spend that time together. I also enjoyed spending time with Lauren's mom. We have also become good friends, so it was just as enjoyable for me as it was for Arianna.
On Sunday we had a nice drive home and stopped and did some shopping along the way. The kids got some new back to school clothes, and I got some great deals on them. so we were both happy. After we got home we rested for awhile then went out to DQ to meet some friends to introduce them to Arianna.
On Monday I had to do some grocery shopping, I think that Arianna was pretty overwhelmed with the store and wasn't quite sure what to think. She was able to pick out some things that she wanted and hopefully will eat.
On Wednesday we went to the park to play, Arianna really enjoyed that! She just played and played. I'm sure we will be back to that park again soon.
On Thursday I introduced her to an online learning site and she spent most of the day working on her English. I was watching her and she was doing really well. I don't think it will take her any time to be fluent in English. She already has alot of words and understands quite a bit of what we are saying to her. Arianna is a very sweet girl and you only have to tell her once to do or not do something and she remembers it. She is picking up new words every day. She loves her sisters and bothers very much! It feels like she has always been here. The way they run around the house and play it makes my heart just melt. When she gives me kisses and tells me that she loves me, I am just a puddle on the floor. I am so thankful that she is our daughter, and that the Lord chose us to raise her.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Orphanage visit

Today we went to Arianna's orphanage. It was an interesting experience. Arianna was very happy to be able to go back and say goodbye to her friends and to show off her new family. When we got to the city that she is from she recognised it right away. She directed our driver to the right road to go down to get to the orphanage. When we drove through the gates she saw one of her friends walking around. She jumped up in the van and wanted to get out while it was still moving! We had to tell her to sit down again and wait until we were stopped before she could get out. We could not get the door open fast enough! After we got out she lead us right to the orphanage office and she ran in and said hello to everyone. All the people in the office were just as happy to see her. We could tell that she was very well liked by everyone there. We then went up to a reception room and had some local fruit and tea and visited with the vice director of the orphanage. A little later we got to visit the children that were in the orphanage and specifically Arianna's friends. Her friends were very happy to see her too. We had brought some treats for the kids that Arianna and Annika and Tim handed out. The kids all enjoyed them very much. There was one little boy that Lauren's mom and I wanted to know about, because he is good friends with Lauren and Arianna. I was able to find out his name and his age and that his file had been sent to the CCAA already. We found out that his file and Arianna's file and three other girls' files had been sent at the same time, but Arianna was the only one of the five children that had a family. It just tore my heart out to know that these beautiful children might not have a chance to have a family. I know that I will do everything I can to find out were the file for this little boy is so that I can advocate for him and he can find a family also.
After we spent time with the older kids we went upstairs to see the babies and Arianna's old room. There were only a few babies and as far as I could tell they all had SN's. There was one tiny baby who was very cute, but I don't know if it was a boy or girl. I think it was a girl,if it was and she was healthy she will most likely find a home with a family in China. The orphanage that Arianna comes from does a lot of domestic adoptions.
Arianna's room was nice, in that it was clean and neat. Her bed was a youth sized bed with metal rails all around it and a wooden board for the bottom. On top of the wooden board was a bamboo mat and a couple of blankets. There is a major problem with mosquitoes there so the windows had screens, but I don't think it helped much.
After our tour of the orphanage and the grounds, we loaded back up into the van and drove a short way to a Chinese restaurant. It was a very nice place, and we got to eat in a private room. After some tea and chatting for awhile our food started to come out. The first dish looked really good, it was some fried meat and onions and peppers. We were given one small piece of meat each to try first. We asked our guide what it was and she told us that it was Camel meat! I tried it, it tasted pretty good but it was very chewy and the texture left much to be desired. After that they started bringing out more and more and more food. Some of our choices were eel with it head still on the plate, abalone in the half shell, massive shrimp with two inch legs hanging down, whole small crabs shell and all, cooked lettuce, mushroom with fish meat, and watermelon. After a very short time Tim decided that he was way to full to eat any more. I was pretty brave and tried almost everything. Some was good,some was not. We spent about two hours just eating lunch and visiting with the orphanage staff. When we were done eating, we went outside and got pictures of everyone with the director.
We headed back to Guangzhou at about 1:45 pm. On the way back we ran into some road construction that we had to go around, so we ended up away from the expressway that we needed to be on. We ended up getting very lost! Our guide and driver had never been to the city that we were in so they didn't know how to get back onto the expressway, so we ended up paying a motorcycle taxi driver to lead us through the city and back onto the right road. It was quite the adventure! The drive back should have only taken us about an hour and 45 minutes but it ended up taking us until 4:00 pm to get back. At one point our guide said that we may need to stay the night in the other city! When she said that I started praying hard! When we got back to our hotel I thanked the Lord many times for getting us back safety and on the same day!
After all that we just had a nice quiet evening and cheeseburgers at Lucy's.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Visa Pictures and Medical Checkup day

Today was a pretty quiet day, all we had to do today was the Visa pictures and Arianna's medical checkup which is required to get a visa from the US consulate. It was very hot today, so we mostly stayed inside and rested. I also had to do the consulate paperwork today and that took about 1 1/2 hours to do with our guide. Tim stayed with the girls and they played a game or two and watched TV. This evening we went out again with our group to dinner at the Cow and Bridge. We also had three new families join us from their children's provinces. There is one little boy and two baby girls now in our group besides the families that are from Guangdong like us. I don't really have any pictures from today as there was not much to take pictures of. I wanted to get pictures of Arianna going through the different medical stations but it was very full in the clinic and I was busy with helping her. So the only picture I got was of her standing outside the clinic.
It was just another nice day, we are really enjoying ourselves but we are also getting homesick and missing our kids at home alot. I will be ready when it is time to go home.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Day 5 with Arianna

Boy, what can I say? It was just another wonderful day! Each and every day has been so wonderful and Arianna is so good and each day she gets even better. This has truly been one of the best experiences of my life. I just can't say enough good things about adopting an older child. Sometimes I think back to the beginning and think about some of the fears I had with adopting an older child, but Arianna has just blown out of the water any fears or thoughts of fears I had. She is just amazing! Her laugh is just so beautiful to hear, and when she kisses me and tells me that she loves me, I am just a puddle on the floor! She is truly a joy and is so much fun! Her and Annika get along so well, and play together all the time. She is also getting better with her English every day. Today she told me that she wants to be an English teacher. I thought that was very sweet. She also knows her ABC's and can read some English. She comes up with a new phrase she has learned every day also.
I think the highlight of her day though is getting to talk to her best friend Lauren. When it is time to call, she just lights up and is almost bouncing off the wall she is so excited. I love to hear Arianna and Lauren just chat away in Chinese. They get so animated when they talk. Well, it is time to get two tired little girls to bed!

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Day Three with Arianna

Today was another wonderful day with Arianna. She is such a joy and so easy. I feel like I am on a very nice vacation. Today was a pretty quiet day, we mostly stayed in the room because it was raining all day. The weather has been really nice. Not to hot, but still very humid.
Arianna has warmed up to us today. Last night she would allow us to hold her hand and hug her, but she really didn't seem to want us to get to close. This morning when she woke up, I got down on the floor next to her. She said "MaMa" and grabbed my hand and held it close to her. After that she just opened up and by this evening she gave me a kiss on the check and was happy to give me a hug. We also had a lot of fun today playing tickle with her and Annika. She has the sweetest laugh. Arianna and Annika also chased each other around the room including over the bed. After a few minutes of that we decided it was time to get out of the room! Today has been such a good day and I know tomorrow will be even better. I know that life will never be the same again, it will just be better!

Tuesday, July 8, 2008


Annika and Arianna have very easyly moved into their roles as sisters. I love watching them walk around holding hands. I think they already have their own secret language. Arianna and Annika talk all the time, and Annika seems to understand her very well. I am so glad that we had the chance to add another child to our family. The people here ask how many kids we have and when we tell them that we have five children they say that we are a very lucky family. I agree.

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Monday, July 7, 2008


Here are some of the pictures from our day. I wrote a post on our Journey to Me website, so I won't repete here. I will say that she is just wonderful and we could'nt be happier!

We have Arianna

Today has been wonderful! Arianna is just too cute for words. She is a very happy little girl. Arianna and Annika have hit it off well, they are almost joined at the hip. We are having some technical difficulties in posting pictures, so I will get it figured out and post tomorrow. We are also very tired!

Sunday, July 6, 2008

We are in China!!!!

We got into Guangzhou at about 10:30 last night and arrived at our hotel at around 12:00am. We were very tired and ready for bed. Tim did mostly OK on the flights but his leg got very swollen. It is still a little swollen so we would love it if you would pray that would get better. We will be getting Arianna at about 2:30 today. It was so nice this morning to hang up her clothes and get things ready for her. I am praying that she will have a good trip to Guangzhou and that she will feel comfortable with us. I will post again after we get her settled in.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

4 days to go and a bump in the road!

Well, we are 4 days away from leaving for China! I am so excited that we are so close! I keep wondering about what Arianna is doing these last few days and what she is thinking about as she gets ready to leave the only home she has ever know forever. Is she maybe a little sad to leave her friends, but also happy knowing that it is her turn to have a family? Probably some of both and maybe some fear of the unknown. I have spent many hours over the last months praying for her and for us as we become a family.
We have also had some unexpected excitment this week because my husband Tim and our daughter Annika had an accident on Tim's motorcycle. On Saterday they were out on a fun ride on some country roads and came up on a stop sign without any warning. Tim looked both ways to make sure there weren't any cars coming and then grabbed the brakes. The front tire locked up and they hit some gravel on the road and rolled the bike. Both of them have pretty bad road rash, Tim tore up both his arms, fractured his pinky on his left hand and tore up his knee and leg on the left side. Annika scraped up her elbow and arm and possibly fractured her elbow. She has a few scraps on her back but otherwise is doing fine. Thankfully, things were not worse then they are and this will not delay our travel. But, I am about done in trying to deal with their injuries, caring for them, keeping up with Alenna, running errends, and taking them to the Drs.! I feel tired just writing it out! Tim and Annika do seem to be feeling better today, so I'm hoping they will be able to do more for themselves today and I can get back to getting ready for our trip!

Thursday, June 26, 2008

What is she thinking about?

This is one of my favorite pictures of Arianna. There is just something about this picture that makes me wonder what she is thinking. Her eyes are so beautiful and I wonder what is going on behind them. When this picture was taken she was just reunited with her best friend Lauren after a three day separation. We have a video of the reunion and you can tell how much these girls love each other. At the time this picture was taken I don't think that Arianna knew if she would ever see her best friend again. This was a last goodbye for her, as far as she knew.
I also wonder how she is feeling right now, knowing that her family is just days away from coming to get her. She has waited her whole life for this moment. She has seen many younger children come in and then leave a few months or years later, and yet she is still there waiting. I know that I have had many struggles with waiting for our paperwork to go through and waiting to go to China to bring Arianna home, but there is no comparison to what it must be like for her. It gives me a whole new appreciation for Arianna and for all that she has been through in her life. I also hope it will be a reminder to me to be patient when things don't always go the way I want them too. Because, even though Arianna didn't know that she would be reunited with her best friend, she was truly happy for Lauren and knew that someday soon her family will be coming for her too. And now that day is almost here!!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

China trip website

I will be posting on this blog and on our new website at under the name Arianna Sumner. I hope you all will continue to follow along!

Friday, June 13, 2008

I'm happy to report....

That we finally have travel dates!!! We will be leaving for China on July 5th, and we will arrive in Guangzhou on July 6th!! We will then have our "Forever Family Day" with Arianna on July 7th. I am so glad that we can now count off the days until we receive our precious new daughter! I hope that you will all pray for us as we travel, that things will go smoothly and pray for Arianna as she is being prepared to join her new family. We will be posting on this blog during our stay in China.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Give me a T, Give me an A...

And what does that spell? TA!!! YAY!! We heard from our agency today that our TA's are winging their way to us. So that means that we will most likely be leaving for China July 4th and receiving Arianna July 6th. In some ways that feels like forever, but I know the time will pass quickly and we will be in China before we know it! And then you all will be able to see new pictures of our precious daughter with her family!

Monday, June 9, 2008

Older Child Adoption

I would like to spend a few minutes talking about older child adoption. Last fall, when I was starting to feel the pull to adopt again I spent alot of time looking for a baby that was younger then Alenna. I was hoping to find a baby that was around a year old or younger. I brought the information about several babies to Tim hoping that he would feel that one of them was our new daughter. He never did. At the same time the Lord was using several different things in my life to help me open my heart to an older child. Not to long later Arianna became available. When I showed her information to Tim he told me that he would consider it. After much prayer we decided to adopt her. Even though she was completely different then what I thought I wanted for a fifth child I couldn't be happier. But, I do want to talk about some of my reasons why I was so hesitate to adopt an older child and why I now feel so strongly about older child adoption.
One of our biggest fears were that she would not want to be adopted. We were afraid that we would go through the whole process, get to China and find out that she didn't want a family. Another fear was that we would not be able to understand her and that she could not understand us. I also wondered whether she would accept our religious beliefs. I also had to consider how I would feel knowing that we had missed out on so much of her life, and the fact that we probably would not have any pictures of when she was a baby or younger child. On top of all that, there was the issue of attachment. Will she attach to us, or will we be just another caregiver for her? These were all very real fears for us and things that we had to consider and work through. In spite of these fears we took the step of faith to adopt an older child. Now that we are so close to bringing her home I can see how the Lord has worked to calm our fears and show us that it is OK. I know from the bottom of my heart that we will be so blessed that we decided to have faith in where the Lord was leading us. One of the ways that the Lord has shown us that this is right, is that our biggest fear was that she would not want to be adopted. Through the contact of Arianna's best friends family and the person that sent us pictures this week, I can say with assurance that she does want to be adopted and is very excited about her new family. The person that sent me the pictures from this week had this to say about her" Her eyes tell the story" Finally I have someone to love me, finally someone has chosen me". Those words are so precious to me. I truly can't imagine what it would be like to be an child growing up in an orphanage seeing younger kids come in and stay for awhile and then leave for their new life with a family. It would be so hard wondering when it was their turn to be adopted and wondering why it hadn't happened yet. Every year getting older and knowing that someday time would run out and they would be too old to be adopted. My heart breaks for those whose time has run out and now they are without hope. If in reading our story, your heart is opened to the idea of adopting an older child, I hope you will. I am glad that there are so many families that are wanting to adopt babies, I think it is so important to get these kids out of the orphanages as soon as possible, but there are just as many if not more wonderful older kids who need homes and families too. And their time is swiftly running out. If anyone has questions about older child adoption, please feel free to ask me. I would be happy to answer and questions.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

New pictures from TODAY!!!!

This morning when I checked my e-mail I was thrilled to find new pictures of Arianna from someone who had visited her at the SWI today! He had many sweet things to say about her and it was such a blessing to know that she is doing well. He told us that her favorite subject in school is English! She is very happy to have a MaMa and BaBa, and is excited that we will be there soon to get her. I have been so blessed with this adoption that we have been able to get so many pictures and video of Arianna and to have people that have met her, to tell us what she is like and how she is doing. I am also thankful that when I needed some encouragement the most the Lord provided that in the form of these new pictures. God is Good!!

Friday, May 30, 2008

Life in fast forward!

So, why is it when you are waiting for something time seems to stand still but after you get to what you are waiting for life goes in fast forward? It has already been two weeks since we got our LOA and I can't believe how fast it has gone. I do have to say that I am very thankful that I have the time to get ready for our trip. I have already got most of Arianna's bag packed and ready to go. I have been doing "some" shopping for her, and she is going to be one well dressed little girl! I am just so happy to be able to do things for her. Now all we need is our TA and we will be off to CHINA BABY!!!

Monday, May 19, 2008

LOA Baby!!!!!

Today at 12:35 pm our agency called to tell us that we got our LOA!!! I can't believe this wait is finally OVER!! I am so over the moon happy about it. Now I have to get busy and get all our stuff done! And get ready to bring our girl home!!!!

Friday, May 9, 2008

2 Year Forever Family Day!

Two years ago today, in a hot, stuffy Civil Affairs Office in China, a smiling nanny brought in the tiny est, sweetest, baby girl I had ever seen. I walked over to her and held out my hands. She reached for me, I reached for her, and we have not let go of each other since. Alenna has brought so much joy and laughter into our lives. I can't imagine what life would be like if she wasn't a part of it. I feel blessed every day that I am able to be her mom.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

New old pictures..

Earlier this week my friend Deanna told me that they had disposable cameras that they had sent to Lauren before they adopted her. She was going to take them and get them developed and see what was on them. Last night she scanned and sent me a couple of the pictures that were on there. Arianna was in them! These were taken many months ago, and maybe even before we started the process to adopt Arianna. So it was pretty exciting to see this little snippet of her life. On a sad note I noticed the older girl that is standing behind Arianna and Lauren. She looks so sad and without hope. She is probably too old to be adopted, so I wonder what will happen to her. It is so important to find homes for these children before it is to late. I really hope that our story will help someone who might be thinking about older child adoption.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

I'm trying to figure this out...

I'm trying to figure out how to take this blog private. I think that I know how to do it now. What I need is for you all to send me your e-mail and then I will send you an invite to read this blog. I have my e-mail listed now so you will not have to leave a comment. Thanks for understanding!

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

CCAA and changes

Because of the many changes in the China adoption process and the new requirements from the CCAA I feel that I need to change my blog to be more protected. So, starting next week I will change my settings to invited viewers only. If you would like to be added to that just e-mail me and I would be happy to add you. Thank you for understanding. Christy

Monday, April 21, 2008

What a wonderful weekend!!!

This last Saturday I had the chance to drive up and visit Arianna's best friend Lauren and her family. It was such a great visit! We had the hardest time leaving. Lauren is such a sweetheart and it is amazing to see how well she has adjusted. Deanna, Lauren's mom and I have become very good friends and she was the one that has put in all the hard work to give me new pictures and video of Arianna. I feel so blessed to know her. We got to meet all of their family and friends and I really enjoyed it. I am just so thankful that Arianna and Lauren will be able to continue their close relationship after Arianna comes home. I can hardly wait to see the girls together again. Annika and Alenna really loved Lauren also, Annika was carrying Lauren around and Lauren was carrying Alenna around. It was just too cute!

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Slideshow of Arianna

Monday, March 24, 2008