Am I allowed to say that? Well, shucks. It's true. I mean, look at this photo I managed to capture of them loving on each other.
In case you were wondering, Ava dressed her brothers the day I took this photo. She likes them to match, and they like it too :).
Goofy is a staple around here; and though A.J. is the Goofy King, Ava and Tai are quite adept in the art as well.
Right now the most common topics of conversation revolve around airplanes and helicopters and rocket ships, all of which are apparently methods of transportation we'll be using to travel to and from America soon. They have no idea how life is going to change in the next week or two, but they have no doubt that it will be nothing short of thrilling.
I can't wait to snap photos of them watching the washing machine, dishwasher, vacuum cleaner, and other "modern appliances." I am going to be camera giddy!
The feel of this blog should change drastically once we arrive in the States, because posts will revolve around seeing friends and family and doing "normal" life. But I hope you will continue to follow our journey. I assure you "normal" will look entirely different through the eyes of my African-bush children! :)