"Dear God, thank you for this day. Thank you for my sister in China. Please help her to eat a yummy lunch. Amen."
"Dear God, thank you for this day. Please help my sister in China to be safe from the thunder. Amen."
"Dear God, thank you for my baby sister and that we get to share a bunk bed together."
"Mommy? Was I born with a cleft lip? What about Daddy? What about Grandmama or Granddaddy? Nobody?! Well, surely someone was. Our Baby Sister has a cleft lip and she's ours, so someone must have been born like her, too!"
"Mommy? Can I look at my baby sister?"
"Mommy? Isn't our baby sister beautiful?"
"Mommy? Can I see my baby sister play with the water? Can I see her play with the balls?"
"When my baby sister gets home I'm going to hold her hand and play with her."
"When my baby sister comes home I'm going to share all my toys with her! She can play with my kitty and dollies!"
"Will our baby sister go with us to the ball games when she gets home?"
"Will our baby sister get to go to church with us?"
Without further adieu, Jacob, Joshua, and Grace would like to introduce you to their precious Mei Mei (Little Sister):