The Brief Overview

There have been many changes that have taken place over the course of the last few weeks.  We are thankful to report we arrived safely in Minneapolis on May 30th with all our luggage and a couple weary smiles!  Gunner and Moriah were champs overall!  Our trip had a couple stressful moments, but honestly?  It wasn't nearly as hard as we had anticipated....to God be the glory!
Another huge blessing is that we got in to see our family doctor....this was an answer to many prayers!  We are trying some things to clear Moriah's bowel system as an X-ray showed significant blockage.  THANK YOU for joining us in prayer for our sweet little one!  We all are doing our best to work together to get this figured out, but it is hard to see her in pain.  Please keep praying with us that things get cleared up and we can find the root of the problem.  We thank you in advance!!!
As of the weekend, our quarantine has been completed.  We even got to attend church at our home church in Waterville, MN!!!  WHAT a delight and privilege!  We were slightly wary how our kiddos would handle church because it is SO different than what they know in PNG, but it went way better than I expected....oh me of little faith!
It has taken us a bit to get adjusted to the time difference.  PNG is 15 hours ahead of us.  The first week, Gunner and Moriah would wake up in the middle of the night and ask for food because 'their bellies were hungry.'  We all are sleeping better now, but we are still adjusting.
We wanted to give a BIG shout-out to everyone who has brought food and called and connected!  Thank you!!! When we count our blessings, you all are definitely among them!! We are going to try to settle back into our blog routines while we are here on home assignment.  Thanks for taking the time to read!
Arriving in Minneapolis 

The kids did well for the most part wearing their masks on the planes

Car seats have gone better then expected so far as they have not been in them for a couple years!




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  1. Praise the Lord! So glad to hear this report. Continuing to pray that "all things tummy ache" will be determined and improved health, soon.

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