Our excitement for today came in the afternoon. We began by heading up to the pool to swim. I had some emails to make and Kerwin was thouroughly bored in the pool by himself. Then the three little girls came up to swim as it was getting really cloudy. Shortly after that it began to rain. Just as it did another family with an adopted little girl came up to swim. Nobody really was sure if we were going to get in or not because it was really beginning to pour. But there was no thunder and no lightning so I thought we might as well swim since we were getting wet anyway. So I jumped in and all the kids followed. Then all the parents got in. So we were all out there swimming in the rain. We had just finished laughing about how this process makes you crazy and there we all were looking the part. And you can't just say it was the crazy Americans because there were Brits and Canadians in the pool as well.
We are starting social studies lessons in school. We are learning about oountries, looking at them on a map and making the flags. We started with Haiti and the United States today. Tomorrow, I think we will learn about Mexico since that's my favorite kind of food and probably the first one Kerwin will try when we get home. It's very important that this kid learn what fajitas are. They are a staple in this family.
Our papers are in Immigration (Haitian) right now and we are supposed to get our passport tomorrow. After that, I'm told it takes 3-9 days to get the approval from the US Immigration to the Consulate where they print the visa. Please pray for three days.
Countdown to Daddy coming: 2 days! Kerwin has learned how to say (speak) Dada for the occasion.