Thursday, April 11, 2013

Looking at sea critters

It got downright hot in the Philippines as we spent our spring break on the beach and visiting sites. One day, we visited a small aquarium whose inside rooms were dark, cold and full of  spectacular surprises. The girls danced, giggled and made friends as they roamed around rooms with few other people.

Some of the areas were outside and dolphins swam and flipped out of the water. Does anyone know why they don't simply leap out into the open waters and take off?

Walking between areas in the aquarium, the girls practiced holding onto hands. It doesn't get much cuter...


  1. Frank and Krista,

    Thrilled to have come across your blog- you have no idea! I am Canadian; he is Taiwanese-Canadian (we'll be back there this summer!)

    Would love to ask you some questions about building your family!


    1. Hi Kate,

      We were fortunate and adopted privately. Sadly, this is no longer an option in Taiwan. As of May last year, Taiwan outlawed all private adoptions. The only way to adopt now is through adoption agencies. We are happy to answer questions you may have, but please know our experience was quite different than what you will experience. We really don't know anything about public/adoptions through agencies. If you would like contact us, please leave your email and we'll respond directly to you.