Monthly Archives: September 2009

Color Blind

I absolutely love my children.  And I love the fact that they are growing up unaware of the idea of racial prejudice. Last week, my daughter,7, and her friend (long, blond haired American) were sitting next to two friends of … Continue reading

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Questions

It has been a hard week.  The girls have lots of questions about the children we were expecting to join our family. Some friends have wondered if this is the end of our adoption journey.  Others want to know what … 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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