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A Journey Through Adoption: Eli's Big Brother Bag

Nearly 3 years ago my husband and I began a journey to expand our family. We felt prepared, both for becoming second-time parents and for the wait. 645 more words


Playing the Race Card

I’m not one to really be political or to argue my point to a certain extent.  However, I wanted to share my point of view about race.   3,050 more words


Avoid the usual suspects

Transformation programmes are changing dramatically in the digital age.

The main theme of traditional deployments of tools was that change programmes were slow (cascaded from the top, filtering slowly down), soloed (by geographies, levels and departments) and exclusive (owned by leaders and nominated change agents). 144 more words

And Then There Were Three...

Love at First Sight

I believe in love at first sight.  It only took until the end of the first date with my husband, Matt. With Tank and Missy, it was instant. 1,457 more words


weekly features: march 26 - april 1!

another busy week here at the shelter, as a few of our cats and dogs have came and gone! the animals below have NOT found homes yet, so here we go – and if any of these darlings catches your eye, give us a call/email/visit to 10 Connors Road any day between 10-1. 241 more words


The Gospel is Gruesome: adoption and truth-telling

I am a mother of a sweet kid from a hard place. Katie Davis, writer of Kisses From Katie, and an adoptive mama of over a dozen says, “Adoption is the Gospel in my living room”. 498 more words


Five Things Adoptive Parents Don't Tell You Part Two

Five Things Adoptive Parents Don’t Tell You  Part 2

Adoptive parents often stand off in the shadows when it comes to serious conversations on parenting. They often feel like they don’t fit in. 818 more words