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Kids’ perspective

We are reading Cheaper by the Dozen. In the book the dad insists that his children jump to a higher grade in public school. Last night, Alia said, “I know why his kids are able to skip so many grades. … Continue reading

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Loss

We received news today about the children.  We will not be able to adopt them because both are HIV positive.  Right now, I’m not sure what I feel.   What will happen to these two precious children?  Apparently both lost parents … Continue reading

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Waiting Again

A few weeks ago, our adoption coordinator asked if we would be interested in adopting 2 unrelated children.  We weren’t really sure what to say.  We really wanted to adopt siblings because so many times they are overlooked by those … Continue reading

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All about our Adoption

David and I first started talking about adoption while we were dating.  After we married, the talk continued.  No serious discussion, just always keeping that door open and in view. After Alia was born (8 years ago, next month), we … Continue reading

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