Thursday, February 03, 2011

Xin Nian Kuai Le!!


Our DD are very proud to be Chinese American and were thrilled to be able to share their culture with their teachers and school mates today. 
We are so proud of them.

Our family wishes you a Happy Year of the Rabbit....a very very lucky year!


Tammie said...

Wow! They look wonderful! Katie Starr looks SO grown up here!

Happy New Year!

Gail said...

Happy New Year to you too!

Beautiful portrait Lori, and Katie's hair is gorgeous! :)

dawn said...

Happy bunny year. Wow katie looks stunning, great photo.

Chasing Dreams Photography said...

Lori this is a beautiful picture of your two babies : ) I love it!!! Happy New Year!!! Thank you so much for being such an incredible friend and so supportive..I love you!!! Kiss those babies for me.

val said...

Happy New Year to you & your beautiful family.....they are looking so grown-up!

RamblingMother said...

love her hair. Great pic of the DC (dear children.)

Vivian M said...

Happy New Year!!! Love their outfits. :o)

icedlatteprincess:) said...

I am not sure how to get a hold of you, so I will leave a comment here and hope you read them. Your friend Penny Richardson saw my post in the special needs forum China website. She gave me the link to your blog in hopes that we could connect. We adopted a little girl (she is 3 1/2) from Wenzhou last year and she is profoundly deaf. In August she had surgery for cochlear implants and everything was going fantastic. We had a few concerns and took her to an pediatic opthemologist. He is seriously concerened and thinks she has Usher's Syndrome. With all the signs of the syndrome, she would have Usher's I which means she could be blind by the age of 10. We are scheduling a ERG at Childrens Hospital but it could take 2-3 months to get in. We are trying to gain as much knowledge as we can at this time. Not sure if you can help us in this but would love to chat. Thank you so much! Fonnetta
icedlatteprincess at yahoo dot com

Mommy, Baba, Shane, Kyle and Mae Li arriving home after adopting precious little baby Mae Li from China . said...

What a beautiful photo of your sweet Dynamic Duo! It was great to hug you the other day at the festival and to see your sweet family even if only for a moment! Wish we could have made the dinner.
Xin Nian Kuai Le!!!!