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64 South Florida Children Find Forever Homes For National Adoption Day

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Christmas came early Friday for dozens of South Florida children as they were given the gift of a lifetime – a forever family. 290 more words


What I Didn't Know Before Adopting

There are a lot of things I didn’t know before adopting.

I love that God protects us from too much knowledge.

Out of His love, he gives us just what we need to take the next steps; 775 more words


Adopting a relative from China to bring to the U.S. is currently impossible (with rare exceptions)

I receive many phone calls from people of Chinese ancestry who are U.S. Legal Permanent Residents or citizens, calling about how to go about adopting their Mainland China relatives (P.R.C.). 494 more words

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Work in Progress

There are things we all go through when raising babies and toddlers- the sleepless infant nights, the “terrible twos,” the “threenager” phase (which I’m constantly told is MUCH, much worse :) ), the transition from the crib to bed, and all the worries! 389 more words

It's Personal

So thankful for other voices

Thankful for how willing adoptees are to not just talk about adoption, being adopted, but to also have the grace, strength and power inside them to tell their stories in ways that makes you feel them, instead of just reading them. 279 more words


Midweek Ramblings: The Joys and Hair-Pulling Frustrations of a New Pet Caregiver

Author’s note: I wrote this in the middle of the week but, again, forgot to publish it. Please forgive my garbage brain.

For this blog I want to dive into what it entails when you adopt a new pet. 832 more words


True parenting ..

I have to admit the best time of day is 9:30pm… kids are asleep and I’m heating up my tea while catching up on the days events with my husband! 10 more words

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