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so we want to make sure we are making all the right choices for them.
The middles are both going to ESL summer school for several weeks that we think will help them both.
So much of our lives have been changed and decisions have had to be made differently because of these behaviors. It's not perfect by any stretch, but he interacts, plays with his brothers, cooperates at a normal pre-teen rate (if ya know what I mean) and is generally pleasant and fun to have around.
We have moments, we still have a long road of attachment bonding and relationship building, but over all its been much smoother with him.
They speak mostly great English but the spelling and reading is still lacking.
She had a lingual frenectomy, because she was severely tongue-tied. I couldn't be at the surgery, because I was out of sick days at school.Kristy, Kelly, and I stumbled across each other in blogland the way most people do by just going from a friends blog to another and another and another ...We started emailing and finally had a play date yesterday ... We talked non-stop from 11-3 and could have talked for two days ... I'm in such awe and wonder when I think of how she came to join our family. To open our eyes to other children waiting in orphanages due to a small thing called a "special need". So thankful the Lord is still leading us by the hand. (September.) All I can say is we are smitten with the baby of the family.How God loved her so much...He knew we were meant to have her...forever. He knew which little girl He created would need us and that we needed her. God gave us a tender nudge, a gentle tug to follow Him on a journey that He would not fail us.He would not leave us..only we would trust Him. She is a true picture of Jesus and the Hope He brings.