It ended up being a super long day. We did not get Anya until the end of the day. I am up and the lights are out. She is asleep. To say the least, we are alarmed by the looks of her feet. Yes, that is her dermatitus. If anyone has any experience with how to care for this, please let me know. We are in a foreign country, so it is hard to get our hands on things easily. The doctor only gave us some iodine and some type of pill (an antibiotic) that we were scared to give her. Leaving the orphanage was rushed and the head doctor told us to come back Monday if we wanted to talk to her. She does not seem to be in any pain. Here are the pictures. The bad ones are first. It is hard to move the pictures around.
This is the dermatitus. Those are scabs.
Leaving the orphanage forever!!!!
Our facilitator and translator.
Daddy and Anya
I will post more tomorrow. The day has gotten aways from us and I better get some rest.
Thanks for checking on us and please put her dermatitus in your prayers. We will take her to the doctor as soon as we get home, but I don't want it to get worse before we get to the states.