Sunday, January 2, 2011

bangkok + baby bound

When I saw this photo I just couldn't
resist sharing it with you . . .



As some of you know, my daughter and her husband
are doing humanitarian mission work in Cambodia.
For better medical care, they are moving to Thailand
for two months and will return to Cambodia
after the baby is born and has a passport.

We will welcome baby Talstra on or about January 29th.
we live in all we seek

11 comments:

Hoosier at Heart said...

She looks so adorable. You must be so proud of both of them.

Crickit said...

Your daughter looks beautiful with her pregnant tummy! I am sure you are so excited to be welcoming your first grandchild. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we all could fit our belongs on this type of moving transportation, when we had to move for a short time?
GREAT picture...definately worth a thousand words :)

Betsy said...

Awww...she looks great! Can't believe she's carrying that big backpack though! Wow...only a few more weeks! I'm sure you just can't wait!

LDH said...

Hello! I just had the best time perusing many of your posts and getting to know you and your family a bit. Sweet place you have here.

You sure do have an exciting January and February ahead! Looking forward to meeting your new little grandbaby!

Kindly, Lorraine

Beth @ Dirty Laundry said...

What an amazing life they are leading! When do you leave to join them??

Christine said...

It will be a fun and exciting new year for your family.
There is nothing more stirring or moving, then a picture of a pregnant mother. Amanda looks adorable and happy.

Thank you for sharing!

dee dee said...

Amanda looks fantastic! I'll be looking forward to many posting of the baby once Talstra is here!
Dee Dee

Diana said...

She does look great! My brother had to go to Bangkok this week for medical stuff. Will be returning to Cambodia tomorrow I believe.

Bevy said...

What wonderful news!! Hope their move is smooth and a great transition. Praying that the baby's delivery will be an easy one.

I have great admiration for your daughter - amazing.

Rick/Ruthie said...

I found your blog through Just a Little something for you. We have a son and daughter in law who are in Cambodia in missions. They also travelled to Thailand to have their baby, a son. I wonder if they were at the same spot. We get to visit soon, God willing.

Kimberly said...

How exciting! How is she doing now? Please update us all. Is she nervous? excited? All of the above? Can't wait to hear more.
-Kimmy