Babbling Away About Adoption and Our Road Trip

I’ve been chronicling our Korean adoption journey over on Babble. I love doing this. It gives me a reason to focus on other things for a while, to write on here about the boys and there about the process until I feel comfortable mixing the two more.

So here are the posts that have detailed another part of our life right now:

  • - Are we buying a child? This post on how much adoption costs and what everything thinks about it started a bit of a debate online.
  • Why Korea? Some of you know we’ve talked about adopting from India in the past, but it didn’t work out that way.
  • - Want to know how it all started with adoption? Why we aren’t thinking about another pregnancy?
  • This journal provides all kinds of research and information on adoption and fostering – and will soon be available worldwide.

And there are my babbles from the past few days.

We are in Colorado for my brother’s wedding and the twins memorial service. It’s been a nice break for a few days to unplug (kinda unplug anyway) and just be with family. So to those I owe emails, tweets, messages back to – it might be a few days or early next week before I get back to you all.

Also: Bella is the flower girl. If you are on Instagram, find me as lifeasasahm to see some total cuteness coming up today and glimpses of our family. I’m also talking about our trip under the #ColoradoRoadTrip hashtag.

Have a good rest of the weekend!

Comments

  1. Headed over to catch up on all the Babble posts, now! Have a wonderful trip, I’m sure Bella will make the cutest flower girl!

  2. Best of luck to you in your journey. I have not been lucky enough to carry a pregnancy, but I can’t imagine it would be anything more or less profound than the way I met my son for the first time. For all the ignorant people of this world who will say mean things about “buying babies” or ask rude questions about “Why are you going *there*?” It turns out, they have a much harder time being rude and malicious when there’s a child staring them in the face.

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