Just look at Walker's smile. My boys love their sister and it is the sweetest, most happiest thing to watch them with Maggie. Their love for her is so pure. They respect and honor her and have learned so much (first hand) about compassion and gentleness. Oh, and I have finally been back to my sewing. I made this dress and a couple of boutique pants with ruffles. I get a little addicted to sewing for Maggie.
It's just so stinkin' fun !
And lastly, our Maggie is such a ham. She has a very silly side to her that I get to see now and then. God is so good and I am still so amazed that Maggie is here, in my arms and in our family. I have so many thoughts about special needs adoptions and am hoping to write that post soon to get these thoughts out of my head and onto paper. I can't imagine our life with out her and her life with out us. She no doubt would have never had the chance to have a hearing aid or to speek normally. She would have been classified as an unfit, unable to be educated, or to learn a trade. It is unthinkable ! Maggie's future is so bright. No doubt she will be a Godly woman that will make such a difference in this world. Her spirit is so strong. Her Joy for life is so big. Her abilities are endless. We are just beginning to see what Maggie can do and it is amazing to watch her '"come alive".