31 Days of Adopting Intentionally

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Adoption is an incredible journey. 

Andrew and I have walked through this adventure two times in two different ways. 

SharpteamWe have one little boy who looks a great deal like us, and a one who is Cambodian, conspicuously different in our Caucasian family.

We have one little boy who was taken from his birth family, and one little boy whose mother chose us from a book of couples.

One little boy who has no contact with his birth mother and one who was able to see her weekly.

One little boy who does not get to know about his birth family and one who is able to visit his half brothers and cousins.

One little boy with no health issues, and the other who has many doctors and will be undergoing surgery during these 31 Days.

We have two different little boys with different adoption stories. Every adoption is unique, every child has a story.

As adoptive parents we longed to be intentional in walking through this process with open hands. We enjoy sharing our story and we love hearing the stories of others.

We invite you to spend the next 31 days dialoguing about Adopting Intentionally.

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Deciding to Adopt

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PeparingtoAdopt

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AdoptionAdvocating

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TwoOutcomes

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AdoptionBringinHome

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11 thoughts on “31 Days of Adopting Intentionally

  1. We have 4 adopted blessings…none look like us, each with WAY different personalities and needs…every adoption has an Awesome God story. Looking forward to reading about yours.

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  2. Although I don’t now if it’s God’s will, I would love to adopt a little boy a year or two older than my youngest. I am looking forward to reading your series on adopting intentionally.

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