Monday, May 31, 2010

In Our Arms



Moses seemed a little bewildered to be walked through the orphanage gate this evening. He was wide-eyed through his bath, then ate his cereal, and the bottle put him right over the edge into dreamland. We have a beautiful sleeping boy in our arms...

Oh, when we returned from Durame, we found the hotel staff had replaced the tiny wooden crib with...can you guess it?

A Moses basket.

God is good.

14 comments:

Auntie Erika said...

Precious! So happy to hear that Moses is in your arms! God is so good!
Much love,
The three of us

Anonymous said...

It has been such a joy to read your updates of this journey on this site! Congratulations. What an amazing time in your lives. He is adorable! - The Dormans

mom said...

how sweet and thoughtful is that! so hard to believe he is really with you!happy happy happy...and THANKFUL!

hotflawedmama said...

Oh Joy! What a blessing. So excited you have him in your arms!

Kristen said...

I love it! Do you get to keep it?
A Moses basket, how cool.
Love you guys. Give Moses a big love for us.

Abbie Laine said...

How amazing is that? Could God any more clearly be wrapping the three of you up?! Why are we suprised when God touches us with things like... a moses basket...

Anonymous said...

Happy tears of joy...God is so good!

Love and prayers,
April

Anonymous said...

Yeah!! praising God with you. Moses is beautiful. I can't wait to hear/read all your details when you are able. I feel like i"m on this journey with you as I read your blog updates. I can't wait to hold your newest babe! So precious. Love you, Irene

Sharon said...

LOVE it!!!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely wonderful. I can't wait to meet him!

-Shaerna

Di said...

Beautiful Blessing! Congratulations.

Shonda said...

Congratulations! Moses is beautiful. Our son, Joseph, wore those same pink flowered pajamas just a few short weeks ago. Warms my heart to see them on your son.

Anonymous said...

God is so good! I can't wait to kiss those sweet cheeks!! I am also looking forward to hearing the rest of the story. Love you, Kathy

Laura said...

How wonderful! He is so precious!