Today marks our 19th month as an adoptive waiting family. While we are still waiting to be chosen to parent a child, we are still excited and planning for the day our child comes home. And what bigger way to show that than finally purchasing a crib? While we have been calling the nursery a “nursery” for some time, it didn’t feel 100% like one until now. We are still adding finishing touches, but the crib makes it feel more real. Ellie, our resident baby equipment tester, decided to snag the lime light tonight.
Little One, we can’t wait to become your parents, to read you bed time stories, to dry your tears, to tickle your tummy, and to be there whenever you need us.
Thank you for sharing our story. Sharing increases our chances of connecting with expectant parents and becoming parents ourselves.
It can be hard to be patient, but our friends and family keep us grounded. We are enjoying the simple things about being a family of 2. Day trips. Lazy days around the house. Cooking for 2. But even so, we always have a little one in mind. We picked up this decorative mobile on one of our day trips last week. It’s perfect for our ocean/beach themed nursery.
As always, we appreciate everyone for sharing our story and desire to adopt. Please keep us in mind if you or someone you know decides to place a child for adoption.
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Dear Little One,
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