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~*11.2 • WHY? • Unlike pregnancy announcements, adoption announcements can come with a lot of questions instead of a congratulations. This especially held true with Luca bc he was our first child. Of course we had many people congratulate us...
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“My adoption story: I was adopted in 1988 by my biological aunt and uncle (he was American soldier who had been stationed in Korea). They were living in America, and we were in Korea, my mother pregnant with my brother....
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I frequently get asked about how my son handled the adoption of his little sister. He loved her from the first day they met. He held her hand and walked with her and was eager to be a big brother....
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“In 2004, I felt that God was leading our family to adopt. However, when we started to find out about the process, we learned that due to our low(er) income, we did not qualify to adopt through an adoption agency....
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The important thing, in our minds, is to welcome any and all conversation about Korea, because we are open about his history. We, like he, tell stories of his upbringing (simplified and age-appropriate, of course) so that he knows where...
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