Jun 4, 2009

Those Big ol' Eyes


Reflecting my image (click, you'll see). Quite fitting seeing how Sira, as my mom put it, keeps me in close sight these days. He wants to ride on my back all times (mama back, mama back . . . ), but the problem is identical Bereket has to copy everything Sira does, so he sees this and starts begging too. No back!

Don't let those sad eyes fool you. I was trying to take pictures of Bereket and Sira stole the spotlight quite cunningly.

I like the little freckles in the whites of Sira's and Bereket's eyes. And who doesn't love long lashes and a good brow?

16 comments:

Elexa said...
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Kari said...

I always love your posts... keep em coming:))) The boys just keep getting more adorable!! Love our ET angels eyes...they really are stunning. Zoie Senait is almost 1 1/2. Yikes time flies:)
Come by & say hi if you ever get a free second.
Midwest girls have to stick together:))

Dani said...

Awesome shot. Funny how a mom can get so lost in those big brown eyes. The boys are getting big and more handsome every day.

LISA said...

WOW! I haven't been to blogland for awhile! The boys are growing up so fast!Cute as can be!

Amy said...

I came across your blog through another adoptive family and loved reading some of your posts of the triplets. Especially the bye bye binkies. What an amazing journey and miracle of 3 precious little baby boys. My dad is also a triplet so he takes great joy in celebrating these lives. May you continue to be blessed each and every day. They are beautiful!

ethiograndma said...

Dyin' for a new blog post, come back mama-san! Hey, maybe that's what the babies should call me :)

Kathrin said...

Hello?! It's been a month since your last post. Are you all right? I miss those cute little ones!
Thanks for sharing!

ethiograndma said...

Kathrin, We visited her last week of June (I'm her mom!) and everyone is fine! The boys were in fine form, but I'm "begging" for a new blog post too!

Sharon and Michael said...

your boys are precious! liked reading their adventures in Kansas. thanks for sharing.

Nancy said...

Momma where are youuuuuuuuuu?

Heather said...

Catching up on your blog today. Gosh, I love reading it. Thanks for blogging. :)

sankar said...

Hi Cindy

First of all i'd like to say that you are one of the luckiest people on this planet to have such gorgeous little boys.
I came across your blog by chance the day before and just cant seem to stop reading especially as I have always wanted to adopt multiples but have not been able to. so i love sharing the experiences of other lucky folks.
The other thing that I HAD to tell you was that little Tsega seemed very familiar to me right from the word "Go". It was only as i kept looking again and again at the pics that i realised that he strongly ressembles my own little 16 month old who came home to us, coincedantally, at 5 months: the ringlets, the eyes, the way he inclines his head, the way he smiles with his eyes... I could just go on and on, its amazing!

elena said...

Hello !

I am Elena, I am a French Television journalist, I'm working for a talk-show produced and presented by Carole Rousseau. Our show is divided in three reports (15-20 minutes each) among daily lifetime. Through these reports, we often talk about families and specially multiples birth.

I visited your blog.I’ve been sincerely moved by your story and I would love to shoot a report about your family. I adress you this message in order to propose you to participate in our talk-show.

I leave you my phone number: (0033) 1.55.04.76.80. or my e-mail: Lnapro@yahoo.fr

Thank you for atention,

With best regards,
ELENA

Haitian-American Family of Three said...

How is the summer going with your family?

D said...

Hi...I am an Ethiopian adoptive Dad and have started an online website/forum for Ethiopian adoption. I hope you'll stop by, register for the forum and get involved!

The address is:
http://www.ethiopiakids.com

Thanks!

JKLandL said...

Just found your blog. Great family! We're parents to twins from Guatemala and in the adoption process for brining home a little one from Ethiopia! Thanks for sharing your wonderful experiences!