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Prayer for Your Adopted Child...March 2017 Calendar

March 2017 Prayers for Your Adopted Child

Friends, this is downloadable! Use it in conjunction with my daily memes on FB!

Baby X Discovers Jewish Roots

Dear friends…

Finding clues about birth family history sends me on an adrenaline high. I love being a sleuth and solving adoption mysteries.

Just my first name–Baby X–makes me curious!

Clues come in the most unexpected times and ways, oftentimes through the least likely people and circumstances.

As I have turned over every stone […]

A New Letter to My Late Birth Mother

 

Dear friends,

As I put on my camel-tan sweater vest and embroidered cowboy boots, I said to my husband, “I am beginning to look at lot like Elizabeth, aren’t I?

He smiled, shaking his head affirmatively.

Elizabeth is my late birth mother and this letter is dedicated to her memory.

When I first reunited […]

Adoptive and Birth Parents: Don't Let Adoptee Excitement Fool You On Memorial Day

Dear parents,

You come to mind during this holiday weekend.

Holidays are such busy times, and they are often triggers for adoptees.

Why?

We get overloaded emotionally.

So, read the following chapter and replace Memorial with “Birthdays.”

I hope this helps!

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The Beautiful Braid of Adoption

Biblical Perspective on #Adoption

Adoption has divine beginnings. Scripture tells us that God knew every day of our lives before any of them began. He knew whose lives would be touched by adoption. There are no mistakes!

Long ago in eternity past, God determined that there would be a beautiful braid made of shining ribbons—a braid woven in […]

Awe At My Granddaughter's Adoption

Christmas and Adoption

Christmas can be a time of sadness for those who haven’t found lost loved ones. For this blogger, the opposite is true. She has just become an #adoptive #grandmother.

Dear friends,

As the holidays fast approach I know that for some it may be a painful time. We wonder about our lost loved ones […]

Searching for Birth History--Tips and Tricks for Adoptees

I still remember when I scratched out a letter to the probate judge in pencil on simple notebook paper. Bob and I were vacationing in northern Michigan. The rest of the family was out on the beach, but that flame for truth had been ignited within me so that even the beach I loved […]

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