Hello, and welcome to our website! We’re the Sprinkle family – Daniel (the dad), Morgan (the mom), Ben (the son), Dolly (the dog), Roger (the cat), and somewhere, across the ocean, is our second child. We’ve decided to grow our family through adoption. We’ve been excited to share the news with everyone for awhile, but … Continue reading Our Adoption Story
We just started advertising our Wood for Good products as a fundraiser for our adoption, and we’ve already had a really wonderful response! So many people are excited about our adoption and have generously placed orders that we hope bring them a lot of joy, too. Thanks to everyone who has visited our site, shared … Continue reading Feelin’ the love!
We’re adopting! We’ve been excited to share the news with everyone for awhile, but the process is so long, and the wait is so tedious, that we wanted to wait until all of our work was finished. We’ve re-purposed our old Peace Corps Thailand blog to fit our new adventure. We’ll keep you all updated … Continue reading Our next great adventure
For the past several months, we have fallen off the map. And if you are looking at a map of Thailand, I mean that literally. Yesterday marked the end of the first full week that we have spent on American soil. And it has been amazing. I struggle with words to describe the excitement and … Continue reading “You don’t have to leave Brevard to go far.”
Ever wonder what a regular school day in southern Thailand is like? Yeah, we never thought about it either. But truth be told it’s kind of interesting. The video is a project of our English Club and is narrated by the sweet little cherubs from BanNongWah School. They wrote the sentences themselves and spent a … Continue reading Tour of a Southern Thai School
Today is #5 in a series of 5 daily 5′s. For each day this past week, I was supposed to publish a list of 5 less-than-serious things that I been a part of our Peace Corps experience. I couldn’t get to it for a week now as the internet has been on the fritz. But … Continue reading 5 Analogies for our Peace Corps Service