Modern mothering is not easy. I blame most of this on the amount of information we are bombarded with every day. There are so many ideas on how to care for and raise children. And now, more than ever, we have instant access to millions of these ideas all the time. It can become overwhelming.
“My daughter is always getting out of bed and coming in my room.” Before adoption, these comments brought a much different response in my heart and out of my mouth. Life changes when you bring home a baby who has transitioned too many times and learned how to survive on their own all before their
To the adopting mama who is about to meet her child for the first time, The waiting is over. You are now counting weeks, or maybe even days, instead of months. The moment you have dreamed about, hoped for, prayed for, cried for, begged God for, is about to arrive. You will see your child,
November is National Adoption Awareness Month. As such, there is much discussion in our country and around the world about the beautiful mess that is adoption. Many arguments for and against the entire concept. Recently there have been so many articles written about the hardships, the injustices, the faulty governmental systems, and the ugliness that