Wednesday, March 30, 2011

My Funny Girl

True Story:

Tonight after Zoya was watching her usual signing times before bed, I was carrying her upstairs. I yelled to Shawn, "Hey can you put her milk in the fridge?" No response. So I stopped and said, "It's on the couch." Still nothing. So I loudly say, "HELLOOOO??" He answers "Yaahhh". And then my sweet girl signs, "PAY ATTENTION." LOL I love this girl!

(These pictures were taken a week I look out my window now the snow is coming down like crazy and it's frigid....and my friend Shelly in Texas tells me it will be 80 there tomorrow...I can't even remember what it feels like to be warm!).

P.S. Those of you who've following for a while will remember SASHA. He was one of the kids in Zoya's groupa who we just fell in love with. He had a family at the time and then lost his family. Well friends, right now his family is on the overnight train in Eastern Europe on their way to meet him in a few short hours. They are also adopting Ana who I talked about in THIS POST (at the time we thought she was a boy). God is good and I am so happy to see those two children so close to meeting their forever families!!


  1. I'm so thrilled for Sasha and Anna.

    Oh Zoya you are one smart cookie darling! Daddy is definitely out numbered.

    Love the photos, you guys look amazing. Hard to believe that you could see the ground a week ago and now back to snow. yuck!

    Big hugs!

  2. Hilarious story! What a smart girl!!!

  3. Zoya is too sweet! Love the pics. Do NOT miss Pa weather! It was a bit chilly here in DFW 40s n 50s then called my gram in Pa and she said snow is everywhere. Today Shelly is right it will be 80 and 87 tomorrow. Wish you were here!!!

    Be blessed

  4. This is a beautiful post, your pictures show how much light and love is in your family and how truly special people you are! Gods angels!!

    And yes PAY ATTENTION DADDY lol :)

  5. Funny post.
    always check your blog with my cell phone, but today I'm on a desktop so I finally watched your adoption photo montage. I cried at the end - you three are a beautiful family. Good to know that Sasha and Ana will soon be with their families too.