We have Abe in arms. He's the happiest, easiest baby we've ever seen. He wakes up smiling. He eats everything we give him, including injera. And he's so much smaller than we were expecting. I'm curious toget him to a pediatrician to find out what percentile he's in.
Everything is great. The photo above is Ted's first day as a father with jetlag. He's loving it. For any soon-to-be traveling families: try to book the Ayat House as soon as you get your travel dates. It's an amazing place. Also, I've met a lot of your babes already and have taken lots of pictures. The Ayat House is close to the foster care center, and I plan on going back Monday or Tuesday to visit again. I'll take lots more pictures then.
I know I said this on a recent post that not all babies are cute. I want to add a caveat to that: Not all babies are cute, but all babies born in Ethiopia ARE.
We can't wait for you all to meet this amazing creature asleep on me right now. He's even cuter and more amazing in person. We're certifiably in love.
Momma, you're gonna have a COW when you meet him.