Did I not tell you clear blue skies? The weather was simply delightful the entire trip. Not a drop of rain. Loved it. Warren w/ Logan and Reni.
Mom with Reni and Logan. The massiveness of the monument was unreal.
Reni. Wonder what she was thinking here.
Soon, they would be orphans no more. They were already part of our family in our hearts. We got to see a wonderful side of our two kids.
No, they aren't that tall. We were a step below them.
Reni, overlooking her city of birth...Shumen. I want her to look back one day and be proud of who she is and where she came from. Knowing your child's birth culture, I feel is important.
Logan and Reni.
Logan, overlooking the city. Reni, telling us we can go down the stairs. Indeed, the stairs do lead all the way down and not far from the orphanage. Umm, no kids, we did the hike yesterday. Today, we're taking the car.
Just having a good time being tourists with our kids.
After the monument, time for lunch at an outdoor cafe. This was in the same park we had gone to previously.