The girls are doing great. They slept well last night (mom & dad didn't though) and they're eating fairly well. After four days we actually got our first smile out of Keira today! The highlight seems to be how the two of them are bonding to each other. They enjoy playing, sitting and sleeping together. Check out this picture... they started sleeping about two feet apart and ended up holding each others hand :) This morning our sole purpose was to submit the paperwork to obtain Rwandan Passports for the girls. As with most things in Rwanda it was more complicated and took longer then expected. After arriving at the Immigration office and waiting for about 45 minutes we finally were able to talk to the agents. Our paperwork was fine however they would not accept the passport photos of the girls (the other families had the same issue.) The pictures were taken on a white cloth background where you could seen some folds in the cloth, they required a complete white background. They gave us 30 minutes to have new photos and return. All of us rushed to load up in the car, drive across town, get digital pictures taken, printed and return. It was quite a comedic event with 11 adults and 7 children loading in and out of our van. We drove super fast and it was probably the most in danger I've ever felt riding in a foreign country... we made it though! Typical passports take 5-10 days to process, however because we couldn't get our Letter of Travel from the Ministry until yesterday we need them done in 24 hours. We requested them to be expedited and after significant back and forth we think we will get it done. We will check back at 1PM tomorrow to see if they're done... if not it would mean we'd have to stay in Rwanda a few extra days next week. In the afternoon we all took much needed naps. Tonight we drove outside the city of Kigali to the country side. We also saw the area where two of the children (Keira being one of them) was found. Tonight we had another great dinner which lasted 2 1/2 hours. We're all learning a new level of patience and to enjoy the experience and not be rushed. :) Tomorrow we will go to the U.S. Embassy and file our Petition to bring an Orphan home and also pick-up our passports.