Happy Sunday my friends!
Lately I’ve been getting some requests to show more of our daily life here on the blog. Thank you for asking! It’s hard for me to know what people like/want to see here in this space, so I love suggestions and requests! Keep them coming please!
Due to popular demand (hehe) I decided to try something new here. Every Sunday I will unload the pictures from my phone on to the blog. That way you can see what seems noteworthy on a daily basis. You can see what we’re up to and just the daily living that goes on around here. If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram (@kimandjed) some of these pictures won’t be new to you, but I know a lot of you only follow us here on the blog. So, here ya go!
Our friend Vadya came for tea. We love him. Our kids love him. The end.
For Youth Night we had a masquerade! Tanya, one of our awesome volunteers, made these masks!
I absolutely adore this life my kids are living + Kostya is an awesome MC. 🙂
This is the amazing team from Chudniv (a town not far from us). They work at Romaniv with us on Tuesdays and Fridays. Amazing people.
Our home church in Oregon sent us a Christmas box and it arrived on Thursday!!! We are so spoiled and loved. Thank you Salem Vineyard!!! We love you!
Late night preparation of gifts for Romaniv Nannies.
Irakli!!! This sweetest boy needs a family. Could it be you?? He is such a joy.
On Friday we had a party to thank the nannies for all their hard work. Their job is not easy and they need to be seen and honored. We had a team of 16 volunteers from 3 different churches who came to serve the boys and serve the nannies. It was BEAUTIFUL.
This is Misha. On Friday Misha walked in to our gathering ON HIS OWN. He chose people over isolation. He chose chaos and noise over rocking back and forth in his bed. This has never happened before. He is changing. Miracles are happening. Praise God.
Ezra tried to avoid the camera on the bus. I won.
I always feel bad for this store in our mall. Poor little guy. Hehe
Ezra got a hold of my camera…and this happened.
My Dima. I love this boy something fierce.
PS: If you want to see something specific here on the blog, please tell me! What’s become normal to us might be interesting to you. Special requests are welcome!