Friday, January 29, 2010

Bless Our Soldiers Who are Watching Over our Babies

We're still trying to get word on which children are going to be cleared.

We're keeping in touch with the group on the ground and they're still waiting.

We've been getting pictures from our group on the ground. This one of our friend's boys being held by a soldier really touched me.


They're being taken care of.

I've received pics of some of our babies asleep on cots and you can see the brave men and women in our armed services standing by.

10 comments:

Best of the Best said...

Even through all of the rain there is a bit of sunshine. Beautiful picture!!!

Anonymous said...

Lori, Would you please post the photos? We all need to see our kids. Love to you, Lori. We are praying for your Jess.

DJ Thunder said...

0 is a lonely number, so I am going to comment. Thanks for keeping us all updated as to how it's going. I hope they are on their way here soon! :)

Teri said...

LOVE the picture!

Nichole said...

Hmmm If every child has humanatarian parole dont they all qualify to leave.

Jenn said...

Thank you for sharing the picture it gives hope!

Anonymous said...

Trudi said...
I'm getting all teary again.

Heather said...

We've never met, but I found your blog through a blog etc. I have been continually checking it today here at work to see the status of your children. My heart hurts for you and all the families waiting. My thoughts and prayers are with you guys. Hoping for Happily Ever After! Just know that there are probably hundreds more lurkers out there like me reading about your struggles hoping the best and praying for you.

Marilyn said...

Orphans and military guys--nothing can bring tears like that. Praying for all.

Megan Krajewski said...

Ok, it's been about an hour. Can we get another update, please? Does the lack of an update mean you are working feverishly on last minute minutia to get those kids on board? If that is the case ignore me and keep working for those kids. You have been amazing! We are all just feeling your frustration. These kids need to get on that plane and come home. God bless all of you and God bless that patient pilot and the soldiers, and on and on and on......

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