We’ve had a few people ask us about what’s been going on since our last post, which was quite a while ago. So I thought I would jump on here and fill you all in. Not much has happened… 🙂 The only thing that’s happened is that we’ve submitted our I600A paper work with United States Customs and Immigration Services, and are currently awaiting their approval for us to bring in two little ones from Uganda. We were told to expect 3 months for that to take place, and we submitted our forms a little over a month ago. Once we here back from the USCIS and are approved we will be placed on the referal list for an awaiting child(ren). So here we sit… waiting… and waiting some more… Oh, and one more thing. The new trend amongst the judges in UG is to mandate that the adoptive parents agree to take the child(ren) on “Heritage trips.” To sum this up we will have to take the child(ren) back to UG for a visit every 5 years until they reach the age of 18 as well as keep their UG citizenship intact (they will be dual citizens of the US and UG).