We were finally submitted for fingerprinting, and are planning on showing up at US.CIS before our fingerprinting appointment, just to see if they'll let us in a bit early. We shall see. I'm now somewhat obsessively checking our bank account to see when the check clears, which means the paperwork is moving along.
In the meantime, we are choosing 10 questions we get to send to the orphanage. The information and picture we have of Little Guy is from last April, so pretty darned old. We may get a response and we may not. It sounds like most people get one update, so we really want to make these questions count. We are gathering input from doctors, other adoptive parents, social workers and those who have 2-3 year olds, to see what they think would be important information for the future and for the transitional time into our home (if any of you have ideas or things you wish you had known, please send them over!).
Since we only get 10 questions, they are currently along the lines of:
Please provide any updated medical information, including height, weight, head circumference and imaging, along with known allergies, sleep schedules, favorite toys, transitional objects and favorite foods. Plus names of favorite caretakers and things you will remember about him after he has transitioned.
That counts as one question, right?
- ► 2013 (7)
- ▼ 2012 (50)
- ► 2011 (94)