Adoption · Community · Encouragement · Motherhood

Reflecting on the Past and Feeling Hope for the Future

It’s been an interesting season to say the least. Last year started out unexpectedly and wonky for many. Little did any of us know the events that would follow when 2020 began. Covid-19 happened to us all and then our family found ourselves in crisis with one of our kids. Trauma can be triggered by many… Continue reading Reflecting on the Past and Feeling Hope for the Future

Adoption · Encouragement · Family Fun · Motherhood

Encouragement for the Parents this School Year

Many parents are gearing up for the school year. It may look like remote learning, sending your kids back to school, homeschooling, or heading back to work and trying to juggling both. Many are up against a lot this school year. It seems as if there are a lot of unknowns and uncertainty revolving around… Continue reading Encouragement for the Parents this School Year

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Saying YES To Adopting an Older Child

My husband and I have always been passionate about adoption. We always share with people that we feel called to advocate for two things on this side of heaven: adoption and the local church. In 2017, our younger boys had just started Kindergarten and we felt the stirring to adopt again. We had adopted our… Continue reading Saying YES To Adopting an Older Child

Adoption · Encouragement

Foster Care: The Reality of Appointments for Children

Another day, another appointment. This is the reality for children in Foster Care. Whether it’s a child’s first day in foster care in a new placement or his or her’s 586th day in care- the appointments are a part of the process. Guardian at Litem appointment. Therapy. Doctor’s Appointment. Children’s Family Team Meeting. Home visits.… Continue reading Foster Care: The Reality of Appointments for Children