We knew this was what we were to do. However, we were numb just thinking of the amount of money it was going to take to finish strong. “Lord you, asked us to move, we’ve moved – now show us your plan, because it’s scary from where we stand.”
She has spent all but 4 days of her life in a little wooden crib. Occasionally, she’s lifted for brief moments to have floor time. She’s very familiar with her institutional setting. She has no perception or idea of what her very near future is about to hold.
In adoption – waiting is an understatement.The waiting has got to be one of the HARDEST parts of adoption! And during all the waits, you as the parent will be bombarded with
I was just mentioning to my husband the other night that my heart was missing our baby girl – more so than I ever thought possible during such a wait. It seems the more we wait the more my heart aches to hold her.