I just wanted to share briefly how we are doing and a little of the journey it has been for us now that we have precious Shiloh home. Travis and I talked about it and we both felt the same going to China, while we prayed for our daughter and loved her in the sense of a far away picture, we both had not necessarily developed a deep love for her as our daughter that some do prior to meeting their daughters/sons. So anyway, we realized that everyone processes things differently and that even we might do the same, but at least in this aspect we were the same. So I wondered how it would be for me, would it be love at first site, would it take long, just what would it be like...because it is different for everyone. So I will say for me, after the first day and each day after my love for her has only grown more and more and I am thankful! In caring for her needs, in trying to understand and sympathize what she might be thinking and feeling, my heart has been(and I pray will stay) filled with compassion for her. I do admit in China, it was pretty surreal, in the matter of minutes this precious girl is our daughter, I did have to remind myself, she's ours, she is really our daughter. It was a truly amazing feeling and thankful that God saw fit for our family to adopt internationally....so now that we are home, things are going better, or beyond any expectations we could have had. I have told plenty of people, you expect the worst, but do hope for the best with the transition and while we are only 3 weeks in so far we have been blessed beyond anything we could hope for. Shiloh, sleeps like a champ, see she was always destined to be a Williams. Now the getting to sleep has been one of our battles, as she always had an adult sleep with her, but we have been working on this with her and she is doing better every night and it helps that she now has her big sis to sleep with too!