While our team in Papua New Guinea was in heavy preparations for the first milling trip in Kovol, God added a new member to the team. May we introduce Timon Hansen. With 3450g and 51cm he made his entry into this world- perfectly handcrafted by God. We are so excited and thankful for that gift in our family. We also look forward to see how God is going to use Timon with us to reach Kovol people for His Kingdom and further on in live. After a few days of adjusting, his big brother Louis got also excited having a baby brother in the house. He keeps giving him his finger and hugs. =) Right now we are adjusting as a family of four and also preparing the needed paperwork for our return to Papua New Guinea. Hopefully we all can join our awesome hardworking team in a few month!
Usually, when we come out to Goroka it's break time, and so Oscar has been having a harder time being motivated for school. Gerdine's been feeling a bit stretched so I've stepped in to help out with a day of homeschooling here and there. Friday was our first day and topics of schooling included evergreen and deciduous trees. I'm not very good at identifying familiar English trees, never mind Papua New Guinea trees but we think we identified some evergreen and deciduous trees around Sobega. Although come to think of it what happens to deciduous trees when it's summer all year round? Are the broad-leaved trees that have waxy leaves evergreen or deciduous? We'll just move on quickly, I'm not sure! :D