Friday, September 25, 2009

It's Here!

On Wednesday we received our immigration paperwork and the paperwork for Gus' Visa. We are so excited, a process that usually take 2-3 months took only 20 days. Thank you God for hearing our prayers and answering them. Now Korea works on their end and we wait for the call that says we can travel. Thank you so much for your continued prayers.

Monday, September 14, 2009


We are so blessed over the weekend we received 15 new pictures of our little Gus. He received all of the items that we sent him and they sent us pictures of him with each item. There are pictures of him chewing on his sippy cup, snuggling with his new blankie, and reading his new book. Yes that's right our son is a genius he is already reading at 17 months old. (ok so maybe he just looks like he is reading) We are just so happy that he liked the things that we sent and that he seemed so happy and healthy in these pictures after the news of being in the hospital and then two sad pictures in a row.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Poor Baby

We just got word today that Gus has recently spent some time in the hopsital. We do not have all of the logistics of how long or for exactly what. We do know that he received some steroid treatments for breathing. He is back at Ilsan now and doing better. Please pray for his health right now that he remains healthy and he can stay out of the hospital. We did get another picture as well. He looks so grown up, it looks like it was mug shot from the hospital. Again not his typical smmiling face but not as grumpy as last time either. We are still waiting for final word from Korea and immigration. Please pray that we will hear something soon and be able to travel in the near future. I really don't want our little one to ever have to stay in the hospital again without his Mommy and Daddy.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Sending a Gift

We have been given the ok to send Gus a little gift today. We are not sending much just a little book of pictures of Jason and I, a board book, a sippy cup and a tag blanket that I made for him. We are so excited to give him something and begin to correspond with the caregivers who are caring for him.

We also received good news that immigration is on the look out for all of our stuff in order to expedite us. That is fantastic. We are still waiting to hear final word from Korea at this time. We are still hoping to be able to travel in late October or early November and have Gus home for at least a month or two before the Christmas craziness.

Please continue to pray for the grants that are out there, Gus' health and adjustment to Ilsan, and our patience during this waiting time. Thank you so much for your continued support.