The social worker that we used for our home study when we adopted Samuel will be doing our home study for our new adoption as well. I really like him and he thinks this home study will be pretty easy for him since he'll just need to update our old one and add a few additional things needed for an international adoption. That does not give us much time to clean up the house but I know we can do it and the SW is pretty laid back so it does not need to be perfect. I'll probably take a day off of work in the next week or so to get the house picked up since our weeks and weekends have been so busy lately.
I also have my physical scheduled so we are moving along. I think I have all of the official documents (birth certificates, marriage certificate, etc.) that are needed so hopefully once the homestudy is complete we can file our i-600a and officially start the waiting process. We'll continue to work on our dossier during that period too but the dossier requirements are not too bad.
There are 9 families in Rwanda now picking up their 12 kids and most of them have blogs that I have been folloiwng. It is making me very anxious to be there too. Soon.