Our family just adopted two sibling orphans, Neti and Meke, from Ethiopia. This blogsite documents our thoughts and experiences on this journey.
posted by HawkOsky @ 9:22 PM
A scraper? $1. 56. A snow shovel? $6.75. A digital video cam plus editing software plus music plus time to shoot and edit: $uh, er, couple hundred. Two girls from Africa seeing snow for the first time in their lives? Priceless.
Amazing! So fun.
so cute...how amazing to capture this moment!!!
That is such a precious thing! I know all your girls are so loved!!!! What a great way to record the little ones first snow!
LOVE it! Thanks for sharing this!!! We're looking forward to moments like this with ours in the coming months!!!
Mekdes wants to come and live with Neti so she can play in the snow too. I told her that maybe there will be snow in Belgium too this year. She is waiting for it and otherwise she wants Neti to sent her some through mail...Big hug to Neti from Mekdes,Nadia and family
Came to your blog by way of Anita's. By the end of your video, I had tears in my eyes. That is precious!
HOW FUN!!!It's things like this that make the wait so much easier for us all! Knowing we will be making our own memories soon!Thanks so much for sharing! Your daughters are precious and family is blessed!Mark & MelAWAA FAM
I just love your little family - how awesome!!! Merry Christmas!
That's one of the best Christmas cards I've ever gotten. How precious!!! And what an amazing thing to capture on video. Thanks for sharing!
In the words of Charlie Brown, "Surely this is the meaning of Christmas". That is why they invented Adobe Premiere. It was awesome to see that reaction.
Thanks for the best christmas card ever! How wonderful to share in their excitement over snow - I dont get quite that happy to see it coming my way.Much love and blessings to your family the Christmas.
That is one of the cutest things I've ever watched!Thanks for sharing it.My favorite part is when you're telling her about "a snowflake" and she says "which one?":)So cute!In Him,~Leahps. I've had you on my favorites for quite some time, just so I can peek at your beautiful blessings.
that was simply precious! their language skills astound me! they look like they are doing wonderful!
very cute, my son did not react that way to snow, lets just say he didn't like it. that was darling. We are waiting for a girl of 4-5, we have a son born in Ethiopia and brought him home two years ago. Our whole family will be going to Ethiopia in March, all 3 of my kids to pick up their sister. www.livingloveoutloud.blogspot.com see yaKim
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