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"The legend of the twin boys adopted by a wolf"

A boy who loved adventure said recently, “Most adoption stories are boring. If I was an author, I would write a book about a child who becomes lost in the forest and is adopted by wolves—that would be an exciting tale.” So I told him the legendary story of Romulus and Remus, the twin boys who built the magnificent Italian City of Rome. 587 more words


International vs. Domestic Adoption

The other week, in my not so perfect breakdown, I went on a bit of rant about the hard decisions that anyone contemplating adoption has to make. 1,170 more words


Daily, Hourly..By the Minute.

One of my dearest friends asked me not long ago, how often I think about the child we will adopt.  “I know you think about adopting, but how often does it come to mind……every day?” 994 more words

Family Life

Week in review

I’m praising God this morning for a really profitable week. I was able to meet with the Assistant Director at the Haitian adoption authority and get permission to submit lots of additional dossiers before their September 1st deadline. 917 more words


Rugby 24, Football 1

To be fair, J’s foster carers had done their best.

They loved their football, and he came to me, aged six and three quarters, bearing an England duvet cover and several well worn branded football shirts and pairs of trainers. 565 more words


Adoption= Frustration

I feel like there’s more to this story. Some underlying reason. Underlying. Under LYING. Our girl lies to get out of trouble, which seems normal. She is also deceitful for no apparent reason. 231 more words


Happy Birthday to Me

So many years I thought my birthmother died during childbirth. On my birthday, more than other days, I felt guilty. My existence took her life. 74 more words