Good morning!

Posted: September 17, 2009 in Adoption, Taiwan


Good morning! We had a good first night with our little man. We were told he eats every four hours, even at night. So I was pleased when he went to bed about 9pm after finishing his bottle, and slept through until about 6am. He may have slept longer, but I wanted to go ahead and wake him up so we would not be rushed getting to our Visa appointment at the American Institute of Taiwan (AIT).

When we get home, I intend to post reviews of all of the hotels where we have stayed on this trip. For this part of our trip, we are staying at the Park Taipei Hotel. It’s a new hotel, open since June. We chose this hotel because it is only about an 8-minute walk to AIT. It’s near two MRT (subway) stations, too.

Our AIT appointment went smoothly. We met two other adoptive families this morning: W8tn4#2&3 and Searching for Janie. Our little guy looks huge compared to their babies. It was nice to talk to other Americans and hear about their adoption experiences.

Here are a few more photos. . .

Fascinated with the baby in the mirror

Fascinated with the baby in the mirror

On the move!

On the move!



  1. Dena says:

    He has a great smile!! I’m so glad things are going well.

  2. Sara says:

    Oh my cutest little/big thing! I bet he has a great belly laugh! I remember all the crawling drooling slobber mirror kisses I’d find around the house… I’m so glad that he’s in your arms finally. SOOOOO glad things went well at AIT. Look at his little America shirt. Oh this is fun!

  3. Hi a quick intro as I heard about your family from Jami, a fellow blogger. Welcome home and congrats on your new son, my goodness, he is adorable!
    Michelle (lynne)

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