August 14, 2011

What’s This?

Well, well. What’s this?

Oh that? That’s nothing.

That’s just me PACKING A SUITCASE FOR MY SON because we leave in one week to bring his sweet cheeks home.
Holy. Smokes.

And what’s this?
This is my birthday gift from my husband.
He said it’s for me to take on the plane.
However, after a week of packing and getting ready to go,
I’ll be seriously surprised if there is even one bean left to board the plane with me.

We’ll fly out on August 21st and return home with our little guy on August 27th.
We are beyond excited and relieved and over joyed.

If you are interested in details about meeting us at the airport, email me at beckylee123 (at) comcast (dot) net.

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