Ephraim loves to play peek-a-boo. When we say, "Where's Ephraim?" he slaps his hands over his eyes, but he's usually peeking just a bit. So cute!
Ephraim is still so tiny. It's beginning to get pretty cold at night, so Ben and I took him to the Old Navy sale for some winter clothes. He tried on about a dozen 6-12 months pants, but even the pants with the adjustable waistbands were way too huge. The 3-6 months fit him in the waist, but they were just a little too short. We ended up buying him a bunch of long-sleeved t-shirts and a couple of pairs of denim overalls. Ephraim is going to look like a farmer all winter!
I'm a work-at-home mom of thirteen children ranging in age from twenty-six years old to five months old. Eight are home grown and five were adopted internationally (Russia, Guatemala, Vietnam and Ethiopia). We live on an 85-acre farm, and we have home schooled since 1986. My husband is a family physician in solo practice. I manage his practice and file the insurance claims.