Erin got to spend parts of three days with our daughter Maddy. The two of them went grocery shopping, got their hair done, and did some laundry. Erin was able to attend a chapel service at Maddy’s university and spend time with some of Maddy’s friends.
Erin is in the U.S. to attend to some medical issues, and the scheduling worked out perfectly for her to get time with our daughter. This was the first time since August Maddy got to spend time with either parent.
The hardest thing about our ministry in Central Africa is the limited interaction with our daughter. The seven hour time difference and our poor internet means we don’t get to communicate with her as often as we’d like. Praise God for this small gift of time with our baby.