100 Good Wishes Quilt, we enjoyed "authentic" Chinese treats purchased at Provo's own Chinese grocery, and we received some very thoughtful, very useful gifts.
But hands down the best part of the evening was joining my sisters in prayer. We prayed for WanYing, for our trip, for our family, for the bonding and all of the unique facets of adoption - agreeing in blessing for the whole process and blessing this little one who is already woven into the fabric of our family.
|The food (even the "authentic" food) was met with enthusiasticapproval except for the plum juice, which was unanimously declared disgusto.|
|Laura demonstrates how to replace the fortune in a fortune cookie with a special message just for the Morningstars - we get to read them when we get home from China, so you know we're looking forward to that!|
|For reasons that I will not be able to explain, about half of the shots on my camera had me making a face like this. This was the least embarrassing of the bizarro-face photos.|
|Sweet matching dresses for the girls from our moms|
|Sasha models her adorable new dress - can't wait to see the girls in their matching dresses side-by-side!|
|And I just had to include a photo showcasing the new earrings. Adorable!|