Posts filed under Adoption

These are the posts filed under "Adoption".

On adoption, vulnerability, and how our children lead us home

It wasn’t because my son wasn’t all I thought he would be. He was cuter than the pictures, he was

For the adoptive mama at the start

#101908039 / gettyimages.com   You are amazing. I’ve done it myself, but every time I see an adoption announcement, another

When your body remembers: Adoption and grief

I’m not sure if it’s the smell in the air, the feeling after the holidays or the letdown of post-Christmas

Sweet homecoming

I just scrolled back on the blog and I can’t believe I haven’t shared this here yet. My brother made

The gift of a knock-down, drag-out fight with God

I’m gonna take you back to my state of mind back in May, just before we heard of our Ugandan

Finding (Be)longing

I wrote this post in Uganda. We’re home now, but I think I’ll always be finding my way in this

Our warrior girl

It’s been quiet around here. Many of you know already why. Between the days spent in preparation, travel, bonding and

When God doesn’t come quickly

You’re in Africa. You’ve been here more than four weeks. Four weeks, in a country that you love, in a

On waiting well

“He’s REALLY late,” she says to me, and I can hear my voice in hers. “Can you call him again?”

I (don’t) know better — Reflections on #Summit9

“I know better” is where I started, two years ago. Someone sold me a bill of goods (except I was