I Knew Immediately, Without a Doubt
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Waiting for a Passport, or Love Accommodates for Unpredictability
I lived in Haiti as a single woman. I fell in love with the people, culture, and food. My husband is adopted. Early on in our relationship, we knew we would adopt someday and we knew Haiti was the place for us.
The adoption process took two years. The wait was excruciating but so worth it when we held our little girl in our arms for the first time. Since then we have adopted two more Haitian daughters domestically from disrupted adoptions.
The last four years have been an amazing journey with hills and valleys. We can’t imagine our lives without our five beautiful children. Adoption is the hardest thing we have ever done. It’s not for the faint of heart. Yet nothing could be more rewarding or life changing.
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