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Adoption Journal: Emmaline

All times are in China Time (UTC/GMT-8). For reference, Pacific Standard Time is 16 hours behind.

Please note: the most recent posts are listed first. For a full sense of our adoption travel experience, go to the bottom of the page and work your way upwards.

Welcome to Emmaline Anne Ding's adoption website. This blog details our family's adoption of this beautiful little girl from China in 2005. While the focus of the blog is to record our trip to China, you can also find more about her adoption by clicking on the links to the right.

Saturday, November 05, 2005

Some more photos!

First, some photos detailing life in the hotel, including...

A “gourmet” meal of instant noodles:



We did some handwashing of clothes before giving up and sending our dirty clothes to the laundry service. It's hard to keep up with 3 kids by hand while living in a hotel room! Keep in mind, this next photo was taken in a five-star hotel:



Here's a photo of the McDonald's with the hotel in the background:



... and a major intersection we encountered a couple of city blocks away. Rather than stoplights, they use roundabouts at major intersections, not unlike Europe:



Lastly, some photos from Emmaline's medical exam this morning, first from outside and then a few of Emmaline being examined by a nurse:







2 Comments:

  • At 4:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Evers and Lois,

    We have been following your journey...how exciting. Emmaline is absolutely beautiful and I know you are enjoying every minute with her. We are living vicariously through ya'll!!! lol!
    We will continue to pray your journey goes well and you have an uneventful trip home.
    Blessings,
    Andrew and Mignon Cannon, group 213

     
  • At 7:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Thank you for the pictures! da Halls

     

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