Last day in Taiwan

Posted: June 9, 2011 in Adoption, Taiwan

Today marks our last, full day in Taiwan. We begin the long journey home tomorrow morning. We went to the Ding Ding Pharmacy this morning to buy some baby formula before we leave. (Thank you, Judy, for the taxi card.)

We first looked for our son’s formula in a nearby supermarket, but couldn’t find it. The Ding Ding Pharmacy had a huge section of baby formula and cereal. We found his formula and also bought some surfboard rice crackers – our son loves them. I can buy them at home, but figured it would be helpful to have some for the plane trip.

This afternoon, we went across the street to the Eslite bookstore. We found some children’s books we are hoping will help entertain our son on the long flight home. We’re looking forward to being home and introducing this little guy to his sister and brothers.

  1. Tonya says:

    Enjoy your last day…praying for safe travels!

  2. Jackie says:

    Oh, I just found your blog! I googled…”taiwan adoption, boy.” Our son has been home for 3 years. I’m trying to find children’s books about Taiwanese boys. There’s not much out there! I am in love with your journey…you are Christ-centered and optimistic! Looking forward to looking around your blog more. God bless your return home and journey here in the States. I’ll be following along! Jackie

  3. Stephanie says:

    Cindy, he has the best smile. What a happy and well cared for boy! What a special family he is joining! Can’t wait to see all SIX of you soon!

  4. Amy Jasmine says:

    So happy to see your son and his content smiles. He looks so happy, healthy and is making eye contact with you so soon. Just wonderful.
    Anxiously wiating for travel dates here!

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