This week has been good. The boys are truly making progress in adjusting and developing a schedule. During the day they take two naps, at the same time every day and generally wake up within 15-30 minutes of each other. Nights were a little more difficult, although we now have them sleeping until 1am, eating and then sleeping until 6:30am-7:30am. What a change a little sleep can make to a new parent!
Baxter has now moved on from rice cereal and is eating baby food (with the help of my wonderful friends, I made my own). This week is sweet potatoes, which he loves! He wasn't too keen on cereal, so it made me nervous about baby food, but he is loving it so far. Next week we're moving on to apples.
Despite the fact that they are now home, there is still paperwork to be completed. Just today, I picked up official translations of our adoption decrees and the boys' birth certificates. I have to send in several documents to our local circuit court so that I can get U.S. birth certificates. Once I have those, I petition for certificates of citizenship and then off to the social security office. As soon as I have these three things, I am done filling out paperwork! It will be a glorious end to all the madness of the last year. From then on, all paperwork will be done by our social worker, who will come and do two post placement reports. After the boys are here a year, all follow up correspondence can cease and I won't have to think about it again.
Anyway, I better get back to homework. I only have a small amount left and nap time is only so long. I will leave you with this cute photo I took the other day. While in the Congo, the boys lived in separate foster homes, so they have to adjust to each other too. But I think they are going to be good friends :)