Friday, September 23, 2011

Naji's Family

Come meet Naji's Family!

As you might expect, a young man like Naji comes from a
strong and loving family.

Naji's father is Solomon Uqhad. He was born in Sudan and
moved to the US as a boy. He is a loving father and husband.
He has always encouraged Naji to be the best that he can be.
He expect nothing less from him. His father is a pastor and
they have traveled the world as part of his pastoral mission
in the church. Traveling has give Solomon a very global point
of view. Presently he has been assigned to Johnsonton, which
is a new area without a church.

This is Naji's mother Amenia. Her parent were
from Eritrea and immigrated here as college students.
She was born in the state but has traveled back to
African many times. She even attended the same girls
school Rouba as KiKi but was a few years behind her.
She has been working as an administrative assistant in many
companies and hopes to land a job here.

The family believes that this is a good move for them.
Amenia like that fact that she knows someone here!

They plan to become active in the town.


Black Doll Enthusiast said...

Beautiful family. You have a most interesting collection of male and female dolls.


limbe dolls said...

Is Naji an only child?

Ms. Leo said...

Thanks dbg of BDE and limbe dolls.

dbg of BDE, I decided that I really need to show more of my dolls. I hope to add more families.

limbe dolls, yes, unfortunately he is the only child. There is alway hope.

Chynadoll said...

Beautiful looking dolls :0) Love the story behind this family as well. Looking forward to seeing and reading about more of your dolls and families.

Ms. Leo said...

Thanks Chynadoll! I will try to give them some blog time.

Black Doll Enthusiast said...

Thanks for refreshing my memory about your Naji and for the wealth of information you provided regarding his manufacturer, Ever Sparkle Industrial Co. Ltd. This information helped me trace my guy's origin.

Your help is greatly appreciated.


Ms. Leo said...

dbg of BDE, You are welcome! If you ever find a picture of him in the box, please let me know.