Things are FINALLY progressing and we expect to have more details to share very, very soon. We are very eager to come home, but most of all, we want to have Nate with us. It's been very difficult to be here and not be able to visit him. This trip has toughened our resolve more than I ever imagined; has bound us with an amazing group of other waiting parents; and I am sure will make even the little things with Nate like taking him for ice cream or giving him a bubble bath feel like the most remarkable events in the world.
I can't say enough how much everyone's love and support has meant to us. We could not have gotten through this without the love, prayers, and messages of hope. So, for now, we are just waiting on a Christmas miracle!
|Last Sunday, we took a tour of the area - these are basically lean-tos that people live in off one of the tributaries.|
|Most people ride motorbikes - very few cars in Ca Mau|
|Boats docked at the Ca Mau Wet Market - both bringing goods to it and taking them away. These boats had loads of potatoes, watermelon and the stinky Dorian fruit.|
|Dried fish vendor|
|Off the beaten path is an amazing temple that is currently under construction.|