Annndd, I feel like I’m 9 1/2 months pregnant!! (without the weird cravings) We’re so ready for her to be home!!! We’re trying to learn some Korean words to help her (and us) when she comes home. Like hyoung-neem (older brother), um-sik (food) and pyun-so (toilet!) Oh, and kwa-ja or “cookie.” That’s an important one! – There are some changes being implemented in the Korean adoption process and there’s a lot of “wait and see” happening right now. Nothing major, but still–just something else to think about. So, here’s where we stand right now. We are sending in our final paperwork in a few days. Then it has to be double checked by our agency in the states. Next, it goes to Korea, where it will be translated. Then the rest of the process takes place…..visa issuance, possible court appearance, maybe an extended stay in Korea. We’ll see! We’re not panicking and this doesn’t really change things for us, other than possibly adding a few weeks before we’re able to travel. That’s no fun.