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This week we have been busy completing the more paperwork. We almost have it all completed. Tomorrow we will be going to an office called the International Office of Migration. This is where the girls will finish their physical. Children entering the U.S.A. must have a physical and be tested for certain diseases. Earlier in the week they recieved a TB test as part of this physical exam. This is just another part of the process to bringing the girls home.
We have still not been able to make contact with the birth parents. We have had 3 failed attempts so far. Hopefully in the morning we will be successful. This meeting is required by the judge and must be made before court on Monday.
This morning we were able to visit the baby home where the girls lived. It was wonderful to get to see the home and all of the children there. We were able to hand out lots of headbands and recieved many smiles. The director told us that they were always in need of more food. We went to a place in the market that sold bulk bags of rice. We purchased 2 fifty kilogram bags of rice for the home. That is approximately 220 pounds. The director and the children were very excited to see the rice. If only all it took was a bag of rice to make my children at home this happy.