Here’s the thing. You think your kids define adorable. You really believe your nephew is the cutest creature on the planet. You are so darn sure that your granddaughter has the market cornered on beauty. But, you are wrong. I hate to be the one to break this to you, but you are so wrong. Because, my children are officially the most beautiful children that have ever existed. Period. I have suspected this for about 10 months now but I received final confirmation last night in the form of brand new pictures from the transition house.
I’m going to share the evidence with you, but first you need to prepare yourself to be overwhelmed by their awesomeness. This is not a bad thing, of course, but it can be quite a bit to handle and you need to be ready. There are some, like myself, who will be immediately sucked in by their smiles and then will spend the next 18 hours staring at their perfect faces. There are others, like my husband, who will be so overcome by their cuteness that they will just lay their heads down on the kitchen table and cry. *This reaction was also probably brought about by the infinite bucket loads of love my sweet [L] has in his heart for these wonderful kiddos, which is one of the reasons that my heart is filled with infinite bucket loads of love for him* But I think you all can handle this and I definitely want the opportunity to brag on my babies. So here you go…
See what I mean? Absolute perfection. These perfect pictures also have the added bonus of showing our kiddos wearing and playing with items that we sent them! This is the first time we’ve actually seen this so this is a BIG deal to us. These clothes/toys we see in the pictures are actually, for some reason, from the care packages we sent back in June and July. Apparently there was some delay in their deliveries but, at least, they have them now. It feels so good to see them wearing these clothes and playing with some of the stuff we sent. It also gives me a good sense of how big they are and how well they fit into some of the clothes we’ve bought. For example, [A] in the blue shirt is [A] in a 3T. You can tell it’s a little snug. But [A] in the roomier white tee is [A] in a 4T which I bought after I found out how big and strong he was! Ahhhh knowledge! I love it! And I love these pictures! Now I want to see them – in PERSON! 11 more days until Embassy!
*Ok, I admit it. Your kids are pretty darn precious, too. I’m looking at you Levi. But, seriously – aren’t my babies perfect??? Simply perfect.