Saturday, September 23, 2017

I wish I could...


***A letter from my 11 year old...


 I wish I could....

I am 11 years old and as you see, my topic is,
I wish I could...be a better person that makes his dear mom proud!
 I wish I could be someone and I wish I  would be a person that does not bother people, and has lots of friends!
God please help me be an obedient person and a person who does not make his mom cry
 God I have a question:
"Why does mom have to waste her life loving us?"
God please give her strength and a gift that she will not die
and please God I ask you to make me a better person
 I let you take my life and give it to my mom.
 I don't want her to die! I want her to to live!
I don't want her to die because of me disobeying her!
 I don't want to see her stressing with me.
I love her dearly but I don't show it her. I just wish I could  !

 THE END


mom I love you

Coming back-Update 9-14-17


Everyone who follows us on Facebook know that we went through a lot this summer. We did a huge addition to our existing house. 

Our house "grew" from 800 sq.f to 2300 sq.f. From 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, to 6 bedrooms and 4 bath! We started our construction end of April 2017, and end of August it was done! It took only 4 months! We still need to remodel our exciting two bedrooms and one bath house, and hopefully it will not take too long!

We are so enjoying  our "new" house! Kids are enjoying all the space they have now!


We are so thankful for everything we have! We are so blessed and thankful for people who been next to us, for everyone who helped in any way they could! God Bless you! 

Sunday, March 12, 2017

A gift of adoption!

A gift of adoption! How powerful is it? Sometimes we don't even realize that what we do, it is huge, especially in a spiritual world! Adoptive parents, God picked us, He chose us for least of these! One of our daughters always thanks us for adopting her! Every time she gets a chance, or some free time she makes a card for us, thanking us for adopting her! The other day she came up to me and said: " Mom, thank you for adopting me! Thank you for saving me and bringing me here! If not this family, I would never know Jesus! I would not be saved! "
 She brought tears to my eyes!
Most of the time we don't even think this deep, but it is so important! Not everyone can adopt, but if you can please don't wait! There are so many children around the world alone, with out families! Those kids need families, they need moms and dads, they need love, they need Jesus in their life! Adopt and make a difference in someones life!
Don't let paperwork and finances scare you, we did it, and it's not that scary :) Blessings!

Friday, October 28, 2016

Back to the summer of 2016

Kids been asking for more blog posts...and I decided to find time and post most of the trips/memories from  past summer. I know, I know...it's the end of October..but it doesn't matter! :)

My summer posts will have a lot of pictures, and once they are published, I will add links to this post, so it would be in one place.

Cherries picking 06-03-2016
http://thereislifeafteradoption.blogspot.com/2016/06/cherries-picking.html


Piano Concert 06-04-2016
http://thereislifeafteradoption.blogspot.com/2016/06/piano-rehearsal-june-5.html

Horses...

http://thereislifeafteradoption.blogspot.com/2016/11/horses.html

Lake Tahoe June 2016
http://thereislifeafteradoption.blogspot.com/2016/06/our-vacation-to-lake-tahoe-june-2016.html

Blessings

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Rose's first soccer game of the season!

What a fun day! We had kids play basketball, but this is our first time that we have a soccer player in our family :) Rose had to be at the field at 7 am, and Sergey woke up early to take her there. 


When he got to the field, there were already many people, and he asked one of the ladies there, why so many people and families are at the field. Been told that parade and opening will start at 8 am ! We didn't know that.... We thought that we have to be there for the game at 10am. 

Sergey drove home, dialing me on his way home but my phone was on silence (17 missed phone calls). He came home, woke us all up  at 7:20 am, and we had only 20 minutes to get ready,  eat breakfast, take what we need and be out of the house.

A lot of team work..... Few bagels, peanut butter sandwiches, yogurts and bananas were consumed on our way there... Our kids did a great job by helping each other, and getting everything together...

Our morning really looked like a scene from Home Alone....but at the end we all agreed that we did much better..(no kids left at home, no screaming and yelling) :) 

What a great day! Rose was very happy to see us, she didn't think we will make it on time....

We had a great time at the parade and then during Rose's first game! She was awesome! Her team didn't win, but it was a tie...and they had a lot of fun! 


 Before the parade!






                                                        

                                                           Game is about to start!




                                                          It was a good head kick! 













She was the most worried about her sister to not get hurt! My sweet girls, they are becoming true sisters! (during the game 3 girls got seriously hurt).



  


Mironyuk's team after the soccer game! 






Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Dimcho on the rope swing!


This little dude came a long, long way! He came to us when he was 5. He couldn't walk for a long distance, couldn't dress himself, and was very weak.

Today he is doing much better, and he is much stronger! Loves to run, loves to be outdoor, and just enjoying his life!

Here he is!

School is here....

There is so much going on in this little house! We had very busy summer and will try to post more about some of the things we did.

This is our second week of homeschooling. All kids are excited!
This year we decided to send kids to one day a week classes. They are so excited to go to the "real"school! They had their first day this week....

 Ilianna -10th , DJ-8th, RA-7th, DA-8th, EE-6th, SN-6th, DN-3rd, DD-3rd, and our baby Elliana-1st grade.


They all had a great day!