The Abraham Family’s Journey to Russia to Bring Home Their Daughter

January 11, 2009

Learning to walk!

12 comments:

Barb said...

That was priceless!

jeanette wunderly said...

I LOVED your video!!! I hope and pray when our referral comes, she's not walking yet!!!! I want to see the learning for myself. Lexi is adorable!!!!

Sasha said...

That video is too funny! She is so cute and determined! And that bit with her walking with a bottle between her teeth is just priceless!

Jackie said...

Kim- Ds3 and I watched Lexi walking together. Everytime she fell he would say, "Wuup". It was priceless! He loved to see your cat peeking through the window at Lexi too!

I love that video and the music you set it too.... so cool!

Joy said...

you really captured her progression. I love the music. She is very determined.
Joy

Melissa said...

What a great video! It's amazing how innate the yearning to walk is in all babies. She is adorable. What a great video you'll have to show her when she is older.
Melissa

Jen said...

LOVE the music! Great Job Lexi and Kim for putting together an awesome video! I love it!

Carey and Norman said...

Go, Lexi, go, go, go (sung to Johnny B. Goode). What a cutie!!

Loved your Christmas post too.

Kim said...

That was so cute! I love the Christmas dress. Hope your DH is holding up after the depressing loss yesterday.

Kim

Laura said...

Absolutely wonderful video....and a priceless keepsake you'll always have.

You definitely got a blessed gift this past holiday season! She's beautiful. :)

~Laura

Old DAN AND Little ANN said...

That was such perfect music for that video! She is so delicious! Jsut makes me want to nibble her sweet pudgy cheeks. Dima learned to walk after coming home too. I remember months of cringing as he would crash dangerously close to the furniture. He did not immerge unscathed that is for sure. He looks like a war victim in most of him pictures from those early months home. They are so proud of themselves and high on life when they are learning though. You can see the thrill in their eyes. It is scary how quickly they think they are ready to break into a trot and then a run though. Uhhhgh! Our poor nerves!

Mary & Michael said...

Hi Kim, thanks for saying hello on my blog. I will try to take your advise to travel only with carry on, we'll see how that goes :)

That is such a precious video. She is a cutie! You have a beautiful family.