Monday, August 21, 2006

Well, after months of pouring over the blogs of friends and fellow adoptive-moms, I've finally decided to join their ranks. I hope here to give you all a little insight into our home, my faith, my family, and the adventure called adoption. Of course, it also gives me the opportunity to share pics of my precious kiddos. We have a sweet, beautiful 3 1/2 year-old daughter, Alyssa, and an adorable, hilarious 2 year-old son, Parker. Our second daughter, Savannah, is somewhere in Vietnam. We're anxiously awaiting news regarding who she is and when we'll get to meet her. So, stay posted! For now, you'll get to hear my ramblings as I learn to be patient - or whatever else God might have in store for us. Thanks for reading!

5 comments:

Margie said...

Per the usual, you've done a great job, Laura. I still don't understand the blog thing--you'll have to educate me--but it sure is fun to read all the ones you've led me to so far. Thanks for doing this so that I can share your Savannah adventure with my friends too!! Love, Mom

Janelle said...

Laura-
Thanks for sharing this site. Your kids are adorable! As Margie said, now I'm also interested in this "blog thing". Especially, since my husband and I got orders to move.....to ENGLAND!! We are thrilled and I would LOVE to see blogs on military wives who live in Europe, too. Any pointers for me? Take care.

Lori said...

Oh we miss you guys! Welcome Savannah, wherever you are. The kids are getting so big. We are proud of you and love you, Flo, Lo, Jo, Mel and Em

Tilly said...

Sorry that I haven't commented before this...You know I'm ALWAYS late!!! I have been checking it though...always fun to see my grandchildren's pictures!!! Thanks for all of your work...it's fun to read...and your husband sounds like a GREAT guy!!! I whole-heartedly agree!! We love you both!!!!
Mom/Tilly

Anonymous said...

DEAR LAURA---SINCE WE ARE SO FAR AWAY YOUR SITE ABOUT YOUR FAMILY AND THE ADOPTION PROCESS MAKES ME FEEL LIKE WE'RE AT YOUR KITCHEN TABLE TALKING. I AGREE WITH YOUR MOM (MUST BE IN THE GENES)WHAT IS THIS BLOG THING. TAKE CARE AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. LOVE, COUSIN GAIL AND PAUL

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