Were still alive

Greetings from Nairobi.  Yes we are still alive.  Sorry we haven’t blogged an update in awhile but life has been a little unsettled.  But as I sit here and pen this post I can say we are moving in a good direction.   Since we last posted, Anastasia is now 6 weeks old and eating, growing and pooping and sleeping.  Mommy and Daddy are trying to keep up with her with little success.   We have also been able to acquire her birth certificate and she is now an official U.S. Citizen and her passport is coming in the next few weeks.  Jeremy has been able to find a good vehicle and this week we should have the transfer complete and take possession.  I’ve also been able to get my Kenya driver licence.  (Both no small feat).  In three weeks we are due to head to our annual AIM Kenya Conference about an hour north of Nairobi.  It looks like we will have all our paperwork, doctors visits and a vehicle ready to be able to head back to the coast after our conference.  This is a HUGE deal!!!  We are excited and ready to return to the village knowing we don’t need to return to Nairobi anytime soon.  We are slowly getting adjusted to this new life of parenthood and all the joys and struggles that come with it.

Jeremy

5 comments

  1. Terria harms says:

    Absolutely exciting! Good news is always welcome. Jay and I are headed to our FL home as I text. Continued blessings for the three of you❤️❤️❤️

  2. Burl Johnson says:

    Hey looking good Jeremy do you ever let Claudia hold the little one? I hope God
    Will keep you all in his care and guide you in his work you are doing and many
    May come to him through your mission. May the Lord bless you.
    Keep in touch Burl and Julie

  3. jean calloway says:

    Congratulations on the birth of your precious daughter, prayers for your family and for the work you all are doing .

  4. Jack Dody says:

    You are all in my prayers, particularly Anastasia. Thankfully, God takes care of little ones until we parents get things figured out. I’m sure you are doing a fine job! Blessings!

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