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  April 2016 Newsletter  
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Our Family
In Photos

In our last newsletter, we mentioned an exciting visit we had from Laura Crowell, a Canadian photographer, who came through Photographers without Borders.

In just two weeks she literally was able to take thousands of photos. We have selected some of our favorites to share with you here, to give you a glimpse into the lives of our kids as captured by Laura's lens.

Peace and Blessings,
Laura Crowell Image Claudia, Samuel and Alejo playing before school in the morning. Laura Crowell Image Diego at the lunch table. Laura Crowell Image The boys on an outing in the new van, with volunteer Marion. Laura Crowell Image The girls checking out their new list of chores with Tío Tyson. Laura Crowell Image Making a dessert in the dining room with Marion. Laura Crowell Image Alarico and Bemabe looking at the flowers they put in water, while Diego gets silly for the camera. Laura Crowell Image Our kids enjoying a day out at Parque Bicentenario. Laura Crowell Image Bemabe and Fabian coming down the slide. Laura Crowell Image Alandra, Karina and Claudia brushing their teeth outside before bed. Laura Crowell Image The kids are always happy to get in front of the camera. Laura Crowell Image Marcos and Diego running up a skateboard ramp at the park. Laura Crowell Image The girls praying before a meal. Laura Crowell Image A group of our teens at their ballet classes. Laura Crowell Image Natalia, second from left, in her taekwondo classes. Laura Crowell Image Cynthia, bowing to her taekwondo instructor. Laura Crowell Image Laura shelling fava beans. Laura Crowell Image A photo of the city of Cochabamba, where our homes are located. Laura Crowell Image Friday morning staff meeting at Corazón del Pastor. Laura Crowell Image Our boys and girls at the kids' service at church on Sunday. Laura Crowell Image Evelyn and Johana taking communion. Laura Crowell Image Tía Paty getting the plates ready for lunch at Pedacito de Cielo. Laura Crowell Image Manolo washing the dishes. Laura Crowell Image Sofia showing of her kitten in the Sendero de Esperanza transition home. Laura Crowell Image Martina doing laundry in the afternoon. Laura Crowell Image PDC psychologist, Carlos, with Diego at the cemetery remembering his mother. Laura Crowell Image The boys helping Carlos get his car out of the garage at PDC. Laura Crowell Image Natalia bringing Dori some water to stave of the dry heat spell we have been experiencing. Laura Crowell Image Tomas enjoying some quiet swing time in the back yard. Laura Crowell Image A view from the road that leads from Pedacito de Cielo towards the city. Laura Crowell Image The public hospital where our children receive medical attention. Laura Crowell Image Mariela working on an art project. The poster reads "The words of your mouth reflect what is in your heart". Laura Crowell Image Social worker, Sonia, chatting with Fabiola. Laura Crowell Image Tía Ana getting ready to give out evening medications. Laura Crowell Image Our chicken coop, where our hens are starting to lay eggs. Laura Crowell Image One of the buildings at San Simon university, where Sofia is currently a student. Laura Crowell Image The court at the primary school where our youngest children attend. Laura Crowell Image Victoria, playing with dolls upstairs during some quiet time. Laura Crowell Image A group photo - how our family has grown!
This is just a sample of the photos taken by Laura. We will be uploading more to our Facebook page bit by bit, and if you are interested in checking our Laura's other work - her webpage is here.

Thank you all so much for your continued support! If you are interested in supporting us financially, please click the "Donate Now" button below :) Have a great month, and we look forward to sharing more with you next month!
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