Sunday, March 20, 2011

March- Week Three- Week of Yoga Breakdown

Well, my plan was to do one of these weekly breakdown posts after completing each week, but the past few weeks, when I get to Saturday, I can't remember what I did on Monday. Sad, I know. Things are a little crazy here. I need to just write it down every day so that when I get to Saturday...I can see what I did on everyday.  I will try to do that from now on so I can give a breakdown each week instead of sporadically.

In any case, here is this week's yoga breakdown:

Day 1: 15 Minute Results Yoga: Upper Body

Day 2:  Yoga for Stamina

Day 3: 15 Minute Results Yoga: Lower Body

Day 4: AM Yoga

Day 5: AM Yoga

Day 6: Yoga for Strength

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Picture Update!

Hi all! The yoga is going well- I'm successfully completing my second week of my fifth month in my Year of Yoga! I will post this week's breakdown when it's complete.

I am happy to be able to post today, a super new picture of Kaylee!  This picture is the new one that goes along with the updated description in the last post.

Isn't she cute?! I'm happy to see that she looks happier than in the last one. Doesn't she look like a sweet kid? I just want to brush her hair and put shiny bows in it and take her out to lunch.

And be her mom.

Oh wait, did I say that outloud? :)

Yeah, I really wish I could we could adopt her ourselves, but we are in the midst of finding out whether we will be moving to another state for a new job and that's just not really conducive to a serious discussion of adoption- or for a home study. Too many unknowns. So I will continue to pray that I can be instrumental in other ways in finding Kaylee a home. Who wouldn't want this sweet helpful little girl as their daughter?! For reals. 

Have a great day everyone! Remember Kaylee in your prayers!  (And wallets if able to do so...) :)

Monday, March 7, 2011

More Information about Kaylee!

The little blurb on Kaylee's Reece's Rainbow page has been expanded! I was happy to see more information on Kaylee when I visited this morning.

"She is a gentle, kind, obedient girl. She loves to help adults perform any task in good faith: on dining room duty, watering the plants, spread out to fill materials. She likes to communicate with adults. She tries to settle problems among her peers peacefully. She is very accurate and she independently monitors her outward appearance. She is always asking the nanny to weave ribbons into her hair. Wearing a bow in her hair makes K very joyful. Collecting jigsaw puzzles, spreading out the mosaic patterns, K perseveres and completes the tasks at hand."

She sounds like such a normal little girl- and she is! The only thing missing is a family of her own! Are you that family? Would you be willing to donate to help her future family bring her home?

Please think about it...even $5.00 will help bring her home to her future family.