Today was the first day where it felt like Robert could get back on the schedule that his foster mother so lovingly provided for him. He really has been a little trooper considering that he doesn't understand the language, he misses his family, he misses the sights and smells and tastes that he is used to. And knowing that he loves to play outside, it's been so hard as the weather here has been terribly hot.
Rob and I are also figuring out how to be parents and teammates. It feels a lot like on-the-job training. We're figuring it out as we go. It may not be pretty, and I may forget to pack a few things in the diaper bag and Rob may forget to put the remote control to the TV out of sight, but luckily we have lots of people praying for us and for Little Rob and that's the power that we're drawing off of right now.
I probably won't be posting as much now that we are home. Perhaps for his birthday and some milestones. My time is so limited now and I need to use any bit of time I can steal during naps to clean, get back to a little Bible study time, and "speak" Rob's love language of quality time together.