We Are Grafted In

Posted by on October 29, 2012 in Ramblings | 1 comment

There are times when I am quite certain only my mother and my aunt read this blog. While I know that’s not completely true, I also know that most people wouldn’t want to tolerate my whining. I also know I lost my brother as a reader because he says he refuses to see pictures of me in paradise while he’s working his fingers to the bone in Kentucky. So… I was surprised to get a note from Kelly Raudenbush asking if one of the posts about Jack could be submitted for We Are Grafted In.

If you aren’t familiar with WAGI, it’s a blog for adoptive families to share their experiences both good and bad. I read every post. When we were in the paperwork process for Jack, I devoured them imagining what it would be like once we had our little guy home. Now posts resonate with things that we are going through. It gives you a peek into other families’ lives and what they are really like. It’s a great resource for adoptive families.

You may have already read the posts about Jack’s testing. Click on over anyway. There are so many beautifully written posts. Just click the button.

 

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  1. Hi! I saw your post on WAGI and came over to check out your blog. I was so excited to see that you are here in Hawaii! We are a Marine family in Pearl City with 3 little ones (2,4,6) about to get our foster license for the first time. God has laid orphan care square in the middle of my heart and I know that I probably seem like a weirdo internet stalker person, but I would love to buy you a coffee/have a playdate and pick your brain about your adoption and tricare and a million other things. If you are not totally weirded out by this let me know :) My email is dahopes@gmail.com.
    Blessings, Sara

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