The Many Adventures of Keira!

This is our page to document our family's adoption journey- starting from when we first started planning for our little one, to when we brought her home. We're also going to keep this updated with all of the things that Keira has been up to since she's been home with us here in the U.S!

Monday, July 30, 2007

Where has the time gone?

Wow! Things have been so hectic, I haven't written for a while. We've been working on some home improvement stuff- painting the house, gardening etc. I've also been having some problems with my health (nothing serious, but I've gone to the dr. a few times and the chiropractor). Apparently, from what they can tell, I tend to internalize stress and although it usually never shows that I'm experiencing stress, it ends up manifesting itself in other ways physically. Stress? I have no idea what they are talking about! ;) We'll see...

In between all of that going on, we've still been running around and playing with the little one here. We took her to the Water Park in Vista to play in the water and she finally seems to have conquered her fear of Rippity's Rainforest. It's a playarea that has the water shooting up all over the place etc. She does great at the Legoland water area (not the big area with the buckets etc, but the smaller area) but has been too scared of the water areas that have bigger jets etc. I unfortunately don't have any pictures since Dan took the camera for a project he's working on with work. I'll take some soon...

On another note...wow! I can't believe that it's already 5 months that we've had our little girl. Time flies so fast. She's definitely been keeping me busy and has definitely been growing! It's so funny..granted, she can still fit comfortably in 9 month onesies from Carters, but she also is finally fitting in 18 month old clothes that friends and family bought for her as gifts for when she first arrived! Thanks so much to everyone for all of the wonderful gifts. She is getting so tall! Once in a while, I will put pants on her that are 9-12 month old and although they still fit her waist-wise, she has definitely gotten much taller. They are total floods now. Very funny!

2 comments:

Rod said...

Hey, I hear floods are making a comeback! I have a couple pairs of pants that I washed in hot water on accident that I still wear.

Dan and Sharon Curry said...

I have a few like that too...but girls get to call them "capris" and pretend that they were SUPPOSED to be like that! lol