Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Article 5 Overnighted to Beijing

Finally, the end of the road is near. This has been a whole different experience than when we adopted Julia. Not sure I'm digging the I-800 adoption path. As detailed out as the steps to a China adoption are, you would think the timeframe from one adoption to the other would be a little bit more clearer than MUD. Things can change at the drop of a hat and alter your plans in a millisecond. This results in lives being put on hold until you are given a Consulant Appointment. Then, and only then, can you make your arrangements to travel.
This is the part of the adoption where I need prayers. Weeks of waiting for approval can begin to feel like years. Please pray for us and for others who are patiently awaiting to be united with their sons and daughters. Hope to be posting our TA News in lightening speed!!!


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