We’re Not in China Anymore

Thanks for all the baby-girl love! May can’t come soon enough.

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Her name comes up in every conversation with Husband’s parents. They are dying to know. His dad asked if her name is in the Bible. It is technically, but that clue will not help anybody. He’s still searching and guessing.

My mom said she’s not even trying to guess because she knows me too well. I’m pretty creative when it comes to…life. She’s smart.

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We’re settling into life in Korea, which means lots of coffee shop time.

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It doesn’t feel like we’re so far away anymore. It’s like we’re just a couple states away instead of on the other side of the world. It’s really a blessing because sometimes living in another country can feel really isolating.

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We’ve been playing with cute babies,

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eating take-out (which is really fancy here. It’s super fast, and they deliver for free– using real dishes. Then they come back and collect the dishes when you’re done eating),

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meeting friends for coffee,

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and snapping photos with our new phones. My phone is just a camera until I make some friends. ha!

We’re definitely not in China anymore.

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