Hurrah! Beautiful to see those smiles! BTW - Do these say 'first sister' and 'second sister'
Something like that, they told us "Big Sister" and "Little Sister" at the shop.
I'd say Mya is going to have a tough time with corn on the cob this year. Love those smiles. Thankful you are home. Barb
That's so funny Barb, we had it last night for the first time and we had to cut if off the cob for her! :)
so sweet. :) is there any more puking going on at your house?
No! Praise God!!! :)
I'm not sure what is more fun . . .Suhn big toothy grin or Mya's toothLESS one. : )
So cute!! How is Suhn doing!?! She looks happy!!
Priceless! It's wonderful to see your girls smiling together!
there's the smile i loved so much!!!! i can just hear her laughing!!!
that is so precious! I love the t-shirts!
aawww! They look soo happy! just precious.
Beautiful smiles! I am praying for your family as you adjust to the new normal.
Now that is a picture that you cant help but smile right along with! Love that you cant even see Suhn's eyeballs :) she is smiling so big!
Oh, those smiles!!! Praise God!
Cute, cute picture!! I understand Mya...I always wanted a sister (I'll bet Grandma Ringger did also!!) but I did not get one. My parents talked briefly about adopting a girl but it did not happen. You are blessed!!Suhn looks like Caleb with those "laughing slits" for eyes. Ray and I love seeing that in Caleb! Love seeing her smiling so big and cannot wait to meet her! Love, Marcia
LOVE this picture!!! So precious! Maybe the picture is deceiving, but it looks like the adjustment is going well! Yay!
megan...this could possibly be one of my favorite "Wordless Wednesdays" you've had, and believe me, those Thomas ones are VERY difficult to beat!!! I'm almost in tears...LOVE it! and LOVE you. :)
Looks like 2 happy little girls. Suhn has so much to be taking in at this time...so much love!!-Thankful you are all home safe-Roger and Kathy
Such a sweet picture. Love the genuine smiles!
I asked a friend from work to translate...he was the one who originally explained the importance of birth order in the Chinese cultures.Jiĕ-jie means “older sister” and “mèi-mei” means “younger sister.” The formal names for first sister and second sister vary depending on (1) whether the sister is older than you or younger, and (2) how many girls there are in the family. Lovely pic.
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