Category Archives: blind adoption

Scratch and Dent

  When we were planning a family there were many considerations that went into deciding if we would try to have biological children.  Many children in my extended family have been born with birth defects and as an “older mom” … Continue reading

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Miracles

Why do children need families?  How can a child overcome years of neglect and inadequate medical care?  Will they ever be “normal”?  It can take 3 to 8 YEARS to see how much recovery a child can make from the … Continue reading

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Who Adopts a “Kid Like That”?

Just ask me “Who Adopts a Kid Like That?”  A seemingly innocent question.  A question inferring all children who have some type of difference or need is the same.  A question implying you have to have some sort of superpowers … Continue reading

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Oh Baby Girls

One of the countries that I work in is not in Eastern Europe. It is the most joyful and maddening country to work in.  The orphanages genuinely love the children but they are often very poor.  They do their best … Continue reading

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