Tuesday, September 04, 2007

LABOR DAY 2007

We’re beginning to get better adjusted to the time change. Doodlebug is doing very well.
She is feeling right at home. Here she is playing in the dog’s food…poor Annie.

Desheng Darling is trying to adjust. She has spent more time in the naughty chair over the past few days than I can ever remember. It must be hard for a princess to share her kingdom. I’m hoping they come to a royal understanding soon.
I trimmed Doodlebug’s bangs today. I’m going to have to wait awhile to really even them out. We’re just glad she has a little hair. Some of the babies had fresh haircuts…really fresh. Their mommies are going to have to wait for quite awhile before putting bows in.

The girls enjoyed watching the rain, but I think they would have enjoyed running out in it even more.
I started this post on Labor Day after the girls had gone to bed. Unfortunately, they both woke up around midnight and stayed up until almost 3:00 a.m, so the first and second sentences of this posting are bogus!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I expect that after awhile DD will adjust to sharing her kingdom and everything else. I remember how hard it was to accept Lois when she was born and that was 63 years ago. Time does help. They look so happy together that it is hard to believe that there is a serious problem. Hang in there. Love, Aunt Muh

Anonymous said...

I'm glad that you are home and had a successful trip. I am looking forward to getting acquainted with my new granddaughter. I 'll have to teach her to hug my neck like I did DD. Don't put DD in the naughty chair too much! It might damage her confidencej! LOL
Pawpaw

Olivia said...

ohhh! I am so happy that you all are home!I have been checking the blog daily but haven't had much comment time. I hope that things are going great!

ADELE said...

So glad to hear that all is going well. I am sure this is such a huge adjustment for DD. I know Mallory will be the same way when we get our daughter. Before you know it, DD and Doodlebug will be best of friends. They are sure precious together. I loved following your journey while you were in China and prayed for you every day.

Anonymous said...

Love the new photos! Welcome home. So happy for your family.

Love
The Gentile's

Mommy Firecracker said...

Loved the post, especially the ending disclaimer.

Happy Wednesday, praying for y'all to get some sleep.