Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Friends - Black and White Wednesday!

We were so glad to be able to meet up with my Mom's neighbors, the Morse's with their little daughter Emily (three months older than AA, FFD July 2008). During our long "wait", my Mom was able to visit with Emily while we still had a few months to go for our adoption trip to be a reality (Sept. 2008).
Emily and AA did some sledding together and we saw them briefly at the CNY celebration last Saturday.

Miss Emily:


Both girls:
Visit The Long Road to China to see many wonderful black and white photos.


China Dreams said...

That's great that they could spend time together. Love the little bucket loader that AA is holding too; looks adorable in pink mittens.


Alyson and Ford said...

Ruby, AA loves playing with "Scoop" (Bob the Builder, I think). She also has Flicker..... We have had so much fun in the snow. Now it has turned freezing/frigid, so back to Florida we go!! Thanks for visiting!

Alyzabeth's Mommy

Kathleen said...

LOVE the one where AA is rockin' those shades!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

they look like they had a great time together.....SO VERY CUTE!!

It is funny to see AA bundled up in all her winter gear... but glad to see she kept the shades:) She probably needed them more than ever with the glare coming off the white snow!!

Have a wondeful week~


Chic Homeschool Mama said...

absolutely ADORABLE!

Wanda said...

Awhhh....what fun snow shots. I'm sure they had a ball and you too, just watching them. (And hauling them up the hill - haha)

Dhemz said...

what a cutie! Hope you can check out my Black & White Wednesday entry too. Thanks!

Kelly And Allison said...

Looks like you are a lot fun there in Maine. I am jealous. Beautiful pictures. Happy birthday to you mom. She is a very sweet lady.

Kayce said...

Looks like tons of fun and such a change from FL life! Cute pictures!!

Erika B said...

They look so cute in their winter outfits. We've done so much sledding this winter that the girls aren't that keen anymore. Who can blame them...we started sledding in November and still no spring in sight.

Erika B