On Monday morning, Sara and I and Parker ventured over to the Boone County Circuit Court and sat in front of a judge to finalize our readoption of Parker. What does that mean? Us readopting our big guy is going to allow him to become a citizen of the United States, and his name has officially been changed to Parker, so gone are the days of doctors offices and schools calling and inquiring about how our daughter Lelesa is doing.
Here is the future politician himself, obviously happy that he is now eligible to run for elected office in a few years. Who wouldn't vote for him with that patented thumbs up move?
Side note: I was geared up for a big week of blogging, as plenty of cool activities were planned for this week, including a Harlem Globetrotters game today, and IU basketball game tomorrow, and a quick weekend getaway to Georgia this weekend, but I have been sidelined indefinitely by strep throat and a sinus infection. I am happy to report that Parker was able to attend the Globetrotters game today with Pop and they had a very good time. I am sure there were plenty of questions asked, as Parker can't seem to shake the phase of asking 1,000's of questions a day.
I am hoping all of these medications that I am on kick in soon, so that we don't have to bail on our plans to head to Georgia.