a bit about adoption.

I know I have a little birthday to post about, and I know I promised some pictures of Hannah at 1 year...but...I feel I need to post about something very important and so I am going to do it now.  

When Connel and I were having a hard time becoming pregnant, we thought of all the options.  We thought of not doing anything and just "letting" things happen.  We thought of getting infertility treatments...

...and we thought of adoption.

We ultimately wanted to try and become pregnant ourselves...and through prayers, little miracles, and some great/not-so-great medications and hormones...we did.  But, as I researched and read about adoption and the miracle that it is, I gained a testimony that it is truly an act of love and unselfishness, of and for all parties involved.

Today, this post today deeply touched my soul and I felt the strong need to share it, maybe someone out there needed this today.

Click text below to read the post:
or copy and paste to URL:


Tanya said...

I loved it! Never thought of the story of Moses that way before.

Trapper and Suzy said...

I didn't read the article 'cause I don't have time, but I just wanted to say that that song by Katherine McPhee "Somewhere over the rainbow" ALWAYS makes me cry. I didn't even listen to it for very long, but GOSH, it's just so beautiful.

Lannie said...

Oh you are just too sweet for linking my little blog up to yours!