We have gotten some incredible opportunities. Radio stations, tv, and the like have asked us great questions about how we got to our kids, etc. We have so enjoyed the cool things God has done! In the midst of our 15 minutes of fame, a lot of questions came out that didn't get asked directly to us. Comments to news articles. Questions to other people but not to us. And some of them are just highly unintelligent. So I don't want to address those. None of you have hateful questions like that, I'm sure. But I thought I should open up the discussion to some questions that are important. If you are out there and have questions that are keeping you from being obedient to God in some way. Or even just slowing the process of obedience up. Let's have a comment discussion board about it. I'll even give you some question suggestions and if one of your questions is listed here, I'll address it. If you have others, I'll do my best to answer those too. Any help from the seasoned adoptive community are welcome!
How did we know we were doing the right thing when the door kept getting closed at the beginning?
How do we feel our decision to adopt affects our biological kids?
Did we discuss it with them?
Is it fair to them?
How do you pay for an international adoption?
Why did we adopt internationally when there are so many kids locally that want/need families?
And any others that might help you...even if it isn't necessarily adoption related.
Ours is a story of faith and listening to God in a big way. And really about Him talking to us and allowing us to be a part of a bigger story than we could have written for ourselves. What God is asking you may be different. I want to help you find out what that is if I can.