Q is loved by so many, near and far, but mostly by "momom" and "my daddy."
Tag: Adoption journey
National Adoption Month
We appreciate all the social workers, agencies, and adoption supporters!
For reasons I won't specify, we recently decided to withdraw from the adoption opportunity that was presented to us in January. It was an extremely agonizing decision with numerous discussions with doctors, nurses, and people that have been in similar situations. Definitely one of the toughest decisions we've ever made. Even after we decided, we… Continue reading Adoption Heartbreak
Today I am thankful. Thankful for my lovely family and that we are healthy. I genuinely admire my amazing husband for being the devoted father that my cherished son and I are so lucky to have in our lives. Our incredible jobs naturally take us away from spending all our time with our adorable son,… Continue reading Monday Thankfulness
Adoption #2 Update
We are relieved to hear the baby looks great from the ultrasound and that she's having a boy!! My husband and I were not going to be picky, but we are thrilled for another baby boy. Ready to expand our family! Well, in July.
Kudos to Social Media Moms
Hats off to the moms that show family pictures with everyone looking at the camera smiling in the beautiful, picturesque outdoor setting! Congratulations to those who work out which in turn possess fit bodies, even after children! Cheers to those who enjoy their picture taken and have perfect makeup and hair every day! I am… Continue reading Kudos to Social Media Moms
I was sitting here thinking of everything in my life I am grateful for. There is much more to this list, but I figured I'd share some with you. Today I am grateful for: My husbandOur precious son, Little QOur new adoption opportunityFamilyFriendsOur jobsOur homeFood on our tableClean water to drinkOur healthPetsHeat, especially this time… Continue reading Be Grateful
Infertility affects an overwhelming number of people. According to resolve.org, 1 in 8 couples (or 12% of married women) have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy. (2006-2010 National Survey of Family Growth, CDC) When dealing with infertility, it seems like you are the only one, but it also seems like the numbers should be… Continue reading Adoption 101