Adoption on my mind

Yesterday was Honeybee’s 5 year old checkup.  It was also her kindergarten registration checkup.  That checkup would solidify her final piece of medical paperwork before I can sign her up for her first day of kindergarten.  All was going well.  She’s gained 4 pounds since last year, which is huge for her.  She is about …

Friday Favorites: Our Favorite Children/Youth Adoption Books

Hi everyone!  If this is planned properly, you are reading today’s Friday Favorite as I am en route to the Tar Heel State to celebrate Homecoming!!!  AGGIE PRIDE!!!  Homecoming three years ago with Honeybee! Because this month is National Adoption Month and November 1st was National Author’s Day, I thought it would be nice to …

5 Lessons the American Figure Skaters’ Fall and Aftermath Can Teach You (As colored through my experiences with Infertility and Adoption)

I’m such a lover of Winter Olympics, especially figure skating.  I think it is an amazingly beautiful sport with artistry and athleticism.  I know also that the competitors work extremely hard and put in countless hours.  To be able to showcase all of that time and effort has to be an amazing feeling.  To place …