Yesterday we woke up to the news that our Baby K was being released from the hospital.  So grateful.

morning memories

Still in his pjs he does the morning arm check – yep, still there with fingers attached.  This is worth a clap or two. The garbage truck is heard and because it’s a warm day we head out to the front deck to gaze and sigh about it’s absolute awesomeness.   Back inside to look at a few books.  Goodnight Moon is always a favorite.  It’s as good upside down as it is right side up! After just generally looking cute, now []

baby k

I’ve mentioned this in passing here and there in posts, but haven’t actually come right out and said it… A couple of months ago we accepted the referral of an itty bitty baby boy from central Africa.  He is adorable, with big brown eyes that make my heart melt. I haven’t been publically blogging about it in detail for a number of reasons.  Our agency is very cautious about how much they are comfortable with their clients sharing online during the process []

31 days to talk about (adoptive) mommyhood

“The Nesting Place” is doing a 31 days series. For 31 days she’s challenging us to write a post daily on one subject.  I thought it would be a fun exercise and might help me catch up on the loads of stories and thoughts rattling around my brain about our amazing son and being an adoptive mom. Let the games begin… tales from a trans-racial family at target of trees and foster mothers we see his face, part 5: together (a letter []