Julianna

A little more about Julianna…..

She is a very funny little girl, lots of personality, a daredevil, loves to play with her stroller and her kitchen, very independent, very strong willed, is picking up English quickly,  loves her brothers and likes to yell for them across the house, prefers chopstick to forks, is a good eater, sleeps well and is quite the girly girl.  She likes to help do chores, like wiping off the table, throwing things away, folding clothes, etc.  She thinks she’s grown.;) She does not like being told no. 🙂  She imitates us and it’s hilarious. She’s great at mimicking facial expressions.

The boys are doing soooo well with her.  Jacob did get mad when I called her “J” because that’s his nickname and how’s he supposed to know who I’m talking to if I call her that!?!   Oops. Good point, J.   Caleb caters to her, which she loves. He gives her piggy back rides and plays with her a lot, so he’s probably the favorite right now:)

For those who like to know about actual adoption stuff, she is adjusting really well.  She comes to me for comfort when she’s hurt or upset and if she needs something. She loves her Daddy and knows he’ll spin her around or play rough with her and she loves it.  We’re having fewer meltdowns everyday and she seems really comfortable.  She let Caleb push her in the stroller but was concerned that I wasn’t coming, so I stood on the porch and she was fine.  She’s pretty social, but seems to know that we are her family and she sticks close to us when other people are around.

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About tonyagarrick

Southern wife to a great hubby, mom of 2 exceptionally awesome boys and 1 beautiful little girl... love reading, laughing, the beach, coffee and Coke, pretending to garden, newness, travel. Do not love seafood, lies, scary stuff. This blog is about our family and our adventures through life, wherever that may lead.

3 thoughts on “Julianna

  1. Our daughter was a happy and well-adjusted little girl, too. However, she did NOT like being told “No.” Children pretty much get their way in Korea, so our daughter was probably never told “No” until she came to us. That is quite an adjustment. Perhaps that is happening with your daughter as well. I’m glad to hear that she is transitioning well. What a blessing.

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