Sunday, November 23, 2008

We made it the rest is A Piece of Cake!

On November 24, 2007 Dan and I were sealed to our two silly monkeys. We accepted the mission to survive together as a happy family. It has not been an easy year, but what family doesn't have their struggles or challenges. Our struggles and challenges just had a little bit of adjustment to figure out and of course dealing with Reactive Attachment Disorder.

We are excited to share our lives with two silly monkeys; Ryan and Lindsay and be a forever family. We want to Thank all of our family and friends who have been a wonderful support system for our family. It is nice to hear the phrase, "That is Normal."

I can't believe our silly monkeys have been with us for two years and officially one year as a family. They are excited to be in a big family with lots of cousins, Aunts, Uncles, and Grandparents. When our families get together; they have a blast with all their cousins. We can't believe it has been two years already.

Things are getting better and our family is slowly becoming a stable home for Ryan and Lindsay. Both kids are trying really hard to move forward and trust that we will not give up on them. This is another New Year for us to work even harder to over come any new or old challenges. We survived the 1st year; the rest is A Piece of Cake! Just kidding.

Enjoy the photos; of our day at he Temple a year ago. Wow, how they can grow up too fast.



2 comments:

The Terry Family said...

Congrats on two years with your two kids. That is so cool that you have been sealed for 1 year it looks like you all have a lot of fun together.

Davis Family 5 said...

One down, eternity to go! You two are ....Staltwart. Seriously, that's how I'd describe your faith and willingness to stick with your silly monkeys, and all the trials and problems they brought with them which you are working through. You are AMAZING! It's good to hear that R and L are getting better adjusted and that things are going a little more smoothly. Congratulations on your one year "anniversary"!
Love you guys,

Debbie