The Road To Ren

Our adoption journey to our son Ren William.

Musings by Elaine and other Blitherings. This blog was origonally intended to document our China adoption journey to our son Ren. Now we are home and this blog is about our family. I would love to have you sign my guest book.

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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

TOMORROW!

This will be my last post till we are in China! We leave tomorrow morning. It is kind of surreal for me today. I feel like I have been waiting for this day a long time. It has taken us over a year to get to this point. I have been telling everyone soon and the time would get pushed back for some reason. I really thought we would have had Ren home for a long time by now, but God knows best.



We will be united with Ren next Monday, so look for posts Monday morning EST. We will try and post pictures and or video! Thank you to all of you who have wished us well and have been praying for us! Your prayers are much appreciated but don't stop yet, LOL! I am praying that we all stay well, kick our colds, and a smooth transition for Ren.

3 comments:

mai said...

Hurrah, Yippee and FINALLY(I can stop bugging Eden on when her trip is.)
I'm so excited for you guys on this trip's eve. I'm already missing Eden but I'm sure that she'll be busy bonding with her new baby brother to miss us back here at Jenifer. She said that she'll be getting a good night sleep although I told her that Mommy and Daddy will probably be too excited to sleep tonight. I'll be following along and will be looking forward to more pix. God Bless on a wonderful and safe flight.

Bill and Toni said...

Ohhhhhh - so very excited for you guys!!!!! Can't wait to hear sweet Ren is in your arms on Monday and see all your pics/posts throughout the trip!! I pray that his transition will go well for all of you. Have a wonderful, safe, healthy, hassle-free trip and keep us posted as much as you can.
Godspeed,
Toni for the Benton's

Mommy said...

Hooray! You should be in the sky flying to meet your little man by now. Prayers for safe travels and an easy transition for all. Can't wait to read your posts from China!