Wow, we've certainly been lucky with baby updates!
So the interview went well. On Thursday, when the interviewee came to my house, I felt more relaxed since she seemed completely laid-back. She was young, making me feel like we were on the same page. I wasn't nervous to begin with, but I'm glad that it didn't go worse than I had anticipated. She asked me the basic questions, but I felt at times like I was talking too much because I could see her fingers flying on her notepad throughout the whole interview. Other than that, it was fine. I was especially pleased by her question of "What can our readers do to help after reading this article?" since hopefully it will inspire others in my town to donate to AHOPE or other African organizations. Maybe it will even motivate some people to adopt! (Hey, you never know!)
I know I posted something very similar to this yesterday on the CHSFS forum, so I'm sorry if some of you are reading for the second time, but I'm interested to hear responses and reassurances (if you have any!)
It's been a busy spring for the kids in my household. Here are the highlights and lowlights of the past week: