Today all we had on the paperwork agenda was the medical appointment. This is a required step to get Caston’s visa to travel home. I laugh every time I think about the wine vending machine in the lobby. Caleb’s like, “Here, Mom, you’re gonna need this.”

Caston posed nicely for his visa pic. If you’ve noticed, the boys have been in matching clothes a lot so far. Kevin asked if I was seriously going to keep Dressing them this way forever. I said, “No, just until I get tired of it.” I think they are so cute! Braden has agreed that he will wear a romper too just to make me happy. Haha!

This sweet baby slept through two of the stations. They woke him at the third for the mandatory hearing test (read: squeaky toy). He was sleep-drunk and wobbled his head to the side, so it was deemed that he passed. Awesome. 

After we were done, we headed back to the hotel. Caleb got some Zhou time. (Or maybe it was the other way around?) They are big buddies. It melts my heart when Zhou says, “Oh, Caleb, I love you. You are crazy.” He is definitely a part of our family!

That evening we went to the mall and shopped for a bit, and we ate at one of our favorite restaurants in Guangzhou, The Frypan (or Frpan), complete spelling optional. They serve fried chicken strips and fresh kettle chips. So good!!!

On the way back to the hotel, I made Braden pose for a picture with these girls simply to get a pic of the girl’s shirt. “This guy parties.” Oh, China, you are hilarious with your shirts. 


I have issued Braden a challenge now. Photos with 50 girls. It is on. 

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