1661: love

1661: love

When I was a young, I enjoyed watching Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. As a mother today, the shows available on TV today make me squirm. They have little to no educational value, let alone good morals. Nothing but mindless, worldly indoctrination. Over the years I have purchased a few Mr. Roger DVD’s to share with my children. Absolute treasures!

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what adoption families want you to know | but struggle to tell you

what adoption families want you to know | but struggle to tell you

I asked this question in several online adoption groups: “If you were bold enough and had the words to say it, and you knew they wouldn’t be offended by your spoken words. What would you want family, and friends to know about the adoption process, during the adoption process, and post adoption? What would you tell them if you could?” I asked this question to over 2,450 adoption families. And out of that number – these were the most repeated answers to my question.

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a piece of the story

a piece of the story

Never would we have imagined we’d be back on this Adoption journey again so soon, you can read about that specifically here. But one thing for sure is, there is a little girl on the other side of the world who is waiting for us to come and get her. And any parent will understand even just a little bit the ramifications of that very fact.

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our adoption #2 expenses

our adoption #2 expenses

We are sharing this list for a few various reasons: 1.} Considering our efforts to earn extra money for our adoption, and the gifts we’ve already received, we believe it is very important for us to share our expenditures with those of you who’ve given or who wish to give. We want to be transparent on where the actual gifted money and so forth is going.

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our adoption #2 timeline

our adoption #2 timeline

July 22, 2015 – saw her sweet face on the CCAI website. August 16, 2015 – we asked to see her file, after seeing her face so often on the site, and other advocacy sites. August 17, 2015 – we were informed this little girl had a long list of families, and we’d be added to that list to review her file. (We never anticipated we’d ever see her file.)

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