Meant to Be: Finding Our Son Through the China Matching Process
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Special Needs Spotlight: Arthrogryposis
We all know how tedious the adoption process can be. When all you want is to bring your child into your arms once and for all, it’s difficult not to crumble under the frustrations of paperwork and in-country turmoil. Lucky for you, I thrive on optimism. While there are certainly frustrations throughout, there are, indeed, pros to enduring the lengthy international adoption process:
And finally, behind all that paperwork lies a child who becomes a vital member of your forever family. There is a purpose to the frustration, anxiety, stress and doubts. The paperwork process is slowly guiding your child home, one page at a time.
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