Here we go again. If anyone believes they know the whereabouts of this child please contact me at Kevin@guatadopt.com. As I stated the last time we did this, there is no need for concern. Last time the child was ultimately located and it led to a happy ending. Maybe we can do the same again.
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Maybe I am a horrible father for using this post to welcome home someone other than my own new son. But at the Marriott last week I met a truly special guy who touched my heart. Omar is a four year old who just joined his family North Dakota. His first night away from his hogar was a tough one and I?m so glad to have been able to meet him in his time of need. In any case, this courageous guy (and his courageous mom) stuck it out and by the time we all went to the Embassy together to pink up visas, he was ready for the adventures that lie ahead.
Omar, I wish you all the best and remember what Tio Kevin taught you: Helado en ingles es Ice Cream! And to anyone needing a driver, Armando pictured here with us was great. You can e-mail me for his contact info?
You know I can't resist. Here's another pic of a little guy exercising his free speech rights and hopes for the future. Relax there cuz, I'm sure you'll be groovin to the peace tunes soon!
Keep them coming folks. Here's another Guatemalteco for peace. Nic from Ohio is here telling it like it is...
Here’s a pic that I just couldn’t resist. This little angel is in process, so we’ll just call him Sami. But here’s a guy who knows what the world is all about and I’m happy to use Guatadopt to spread his word. Paz Amigos!
Here's a wonderful picture of Carlos and Claire Stressing of Wisconsin, probably warming themselves after a play in the snow. Carlos has undoubtedly taken well to his little sister.
Here is Smith from Wisconsin proudly showing off his first snowman.
And remember, time is running out to order your 2005 calendars.
Here’s a picture of William Shelby Prewitt, clearly hamming it up for the camera at 18 months old. I have to admit, I’m really impressed at how much this looks like real sand. Well why not have an indoor day at the beach? We wouldn’t want to see William’s wonderful smile disappear because of a nasty sunburn…
For the record, William’s parents did get the permission of the studio to use this shot for this purpose
This Pic of the Week is one of amazing coincidence or destiny. Pictured here are adopted siblings Lauren (2 yrs old) and Trevor (3 yrs old) who both share the same birthday in July. We’re about six weeks late but on behalf of Guatadopt.com, Felíz Cumpleaños!
Katie and Emily showing off their Guatadopt shirts!
Shirts are available HERE!