Monday, November 3, 2008


I called Suzanne again. It was a bit late in China, but she was up. Here is what we know so far:

Frances knows what cheerios are about and reaches for them
She pinched Wilda
She reaches for, and grabs fistfulls of Suzanne's hair

She screams loudly when Suzanne or Wilda leave her sight

She had quite a grand, loose bowel movement.

I can say this about the screaming--I called and could hear the screaming, quite distinctly, though the phone. No lung problems on this baby, no sir. Suzanne said the hotel put all the adopting families on the same floor, near each other, because when one baby cries, they all start to, and you can hear it through the walls. So it sounds like Guangxi babies have good lungs.


Anonymous said...

awwwww! She is an Ende for sure with the loud lungs! haha...She will fit right in! We can't wait to see her Christmas time!!!! Send pictures as soon as you can!

Love, Mel

Dale said...

There's nothing I would love more than some pictures to post to the blog right now--so as soon as I get some, they'll be posted. Suzanne is intimidated by the Chinese computers and doesn't want to accidentally delete all her pictures, so she's hoping she can get someone to send some--either someone who brought their own laptop, or someone who understands the Chinese computers.