We are proceeding with our China adoption via the “Waiting Children” program. What this means is that we will be considering children from a list that might have been otherwise overlooked and have been waiting longer for their forever families- most often because they are considered “special needs” by the Chinese government. It’s reported that Read More →

I’m reading the most heart-wrenching book right now, and I’ve endured nearly every chapter twice. First to myself, and then again aloud to Alex- fighting tears along the way. “Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother”, by Xinran (Chinese author, journalist and radio host), is a book that documents haunting true stories of Chinese women who Read More →

Just wanted to share a quick video from an inspiring young gal who moved from America to Uganda and adopted THIRTEEN little girls. If you haven’t read her book yet, you should… “Kisses from Katie” by Katie J. Davis

Please consider being a part of giving an orphan a home by participating in our first fundraiser and ordering a “fu” t-shirt.  In our previous blog post, we shared that the character “fu” featured on our shirt design means “blessing” in Mandarin. Every t-shirt we sell will raise funds for our adoption, as well as Read More →

This is the graphic that we have designed for a t-shirt fundraiser for our adoption. The silhouette is of China, where we hope to adopt from. The symbol is a Mandarin character, “fu”, that translates into English as “blessing”. This character was shared with me (Mia) by a new friend in my weekly bible study who travels Read More →

I never expected to be a mom of girls. For some reason (probably because I suspected it’d be easier) I always pictured myself as a mother to boys. Imagine my surprise when we gave birth to three girls out of three pregnancies. I’m grateful that God knows best. Raising girls today is a tremendous responsibility and undertaking, I Read More →