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The Truth About Foster Care

      Foster care is lonely. I won’t lie to you about that. When you come home from the hospital with a brand new baby, everyone wants to stop by with meals and new outfits, so they can hold … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day

When I was growing up, one thing I was always sure of was my dad. There was never, ever a moment in my life that I didn’t believe that my dad would be right there. We are a lot alike … Continue reading

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What Can You Do to Help Them?

Religion that is pure and undefiled before God the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world–Jms. 1:27. She came skipping down the driveway at 1:30 in the morning, … Continue reading

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Myth-busting Monday: Foster Care Doesn’t Cost a Thing (and a Giveaway!)

When my husband and I began our adoption journey, we spent months researching every route available. We applied to adopt through a 501(c)3 agency from China, but I was too young for China’s requirements at the time. We looked into … Continue reading

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Myth-Busting Monday: You Are Called to This

Do you remember my post about Drake? He was one of the orphans in China who was waiting for a forever family. Did you notice I said was?! Finally–finally!–he has been matched with a family, and he will be coming home … Continue reading

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