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All the kids on Christmas day

All the kids on Christmas day

Maggie and Steffi
Maggie and Steffi
Maggie and Mollie

Maggie and Mollie

Steffi (5), Mollie (7), and Sophie (7)

Steffi (5), Mollie (7), and Sophie (7)

My girls

My girls

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  1. In my mom’s recent entry, she is baffled that I would want to be a mom with lots of work to do, and aways babysitting SOMEONE! Well mom, to tell you the truth, I love to babysit and do work and be useful, even though I don’t act like it all the time (O.K., most of the time). And kids are so fun to play with anyways, why not? I would also love to adopt a child or two from China because I am so facinated by the Chinese. I just did a report on a Chinese Emporer named Mao, and was horrified by what he did to his own people! I mean, I know he is a evil emporer and stuff, but killing 100 million of your own people and friends, even I know that is stupid! But the Chinese also have wonderful people in that overcrowded place. I mean, where would we be without fireworks for the Fourth of July? And the gymnastics that the Chinese can do is extrordinary! My sister Mollie, who is adopted form China, can do gymnastics that even I can’t do! Bridges, cartwheels, roundoffs, and handstands (with a little help), ask and she shall comply. And Steffi (also from China) is the cutest and cuddliest little puppy, I mean five year old, that you ever did see. All other Chinese people that I have ever met are the same way, polite, kind, and a heck of a good time! Our neighors happen to be Chinese, and I have tons of fun with their daughter Hannah. I also love my good friend Linda, who I met in kindergarden. I taught her English. She is one of the sweetest girls ever! The other purpuse for adopting a Chinese daughter ,other than having a sweet child, is because, as my mom has pointed out, I have a desperate need to help the needy, the hurt, and the oppressed.

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