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suebee

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suebee last won the day on August 14 2014

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    ADOPTION!! My family, decorating, reading, scrapbooking, exercise!

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  1. Congratulations! I'm excited to read this news!
  2. Does this mean you'll be there?!! That would be great! Yay! Jump on board!
  3. I can't believe your sweet granddaughter is in Kindergarten already! Hope she has an amazing year!
  4. Congratulations to the newest Abrazo family!
  5. He was a very nice man and such an important part of so many of our adoption journeys. My sympathies to those who loved him...including the Abrazo chicks.
  6. Congratulations! I'm so happy for you guys!
  7. You've gotten me curious. Hoping it was a good speechless, and not a bad speechless!
  8. Congratulations Ben and Lena! I look forward to meeting your son!
  9. Congratulations! Welcome to the wonderful world of diapers, sweet baby sounds, and sleepless nights!
  10. Congratulations on this unexpected blessing!!
  11. Thanks for you feedback, guys. Hannah, I can relate to much of what you wrote. From conversations with you to what you've shared on the forum, I know we are on the same page. I think learning about the "negatives" of adoption have definitely made me more sympathetic. But I can't stay there all the time and be a good parent. And I try not to "borrow" trouble or worry about the future...about things that may never happen or would not change by my worrying! I must trust God to see us through whatever difficulties we face in raising our kids...those related to adoption and those that are not. El
  12. (Cue the crickets chirping!!) Nothing makes me sadder than to think that my children will feel loss for the choices made on their behalf. Or to think that our love and our family are "not enough." And I don't like to read/hear about the negatives of adoption. I had no idea when I started this journey more than 13 years ago, that there are so many people who strongly feel that adoption should be done away with. But, I don't see that as a realistic option. In a perfect world, of course it would not be necessary, but as we all know, our world is far from perfect. While I definitely think there
  13. I came across this article today (posted by a friend on FB). http://networkedblogs.com/R6h7o I'm still processing it, but was definitely struck by numbers one and three. I am FB friends with my son's older siblings. They are great kids (age 14 and 16), and they have a very tight bond. I do get sad sometimes that he is missing out on growing up with them. Does anyone else ever feel like this? On number 2, I thought it was interesting that the author's perception was that her adoptive mom got busy and neglected the relationship. This definitely may have been the case, but I know for me persona
  14. For everything there is a season...so glad your season of waiting is over, and your faith has become sight! Congratulations!
  15. Been waiting on pins and needles for the official announcement!! Congratulations Steven, Melissa, and Ollie on your newest family member. She is beautiful. I know Grand Mimi is proud too and ready to spoil her! Prayers being said for Amelia's first family who are a very special part of your family.
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