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Sunday, July 03, 2005


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I'm already praying for you. Decisions are hard no matter what and you'll make the right ones, taking it one step at a time.

Definitely praying for you. I really hope your next half-year sees everything straightening out for you and that having that tentative plan can help calm your heart down, if that makes any sense.

Your friends' daughter sounds wonderful, by the way - and as for knowing the alphabet at eighteen months, I wasn't even *talking* at that age, so I'd say she's off to a good start :).

We have adopted from Korea and domestically (special needs). Let me know if you want details.
God Bless!

I'll certainly pray, for both spiritual and practical ends. :-) God bless you both!

This is very exciting! Adoption can be such a fantastic option. It is too bad that you need tobe at least 30 to adopt from China, otherwise I would be sending you all kinds of information right now.

You and your wonderful family (current and future) are definitely in my prayers.


We've just begun our adoption process as well...we went to an adoption information meeting last week.

We are in exactly the same place praying and trying to figure it all out.

If want to chat feel free to email me.

Blessings and peace,

Jen P.

I found your blog through bloglines and I, too, am adopting through Guatemala. If you need another resource please don't hesitate to contact me.

This process is a tough one. You need to first mourn. Mourn the loss of the child in your head. The one that looks like you and your husband.

I consider myself a religious woman as well and found "When Hannah Wept" by Michae Gold very comforting. It is written from a Jewish perspective but I have many Christian friends who found peace in it.

Wishing you and hour husband the best! You are in my prayers.

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