Dedicated to feeding the souls of those who care for the orphaned, the vulnerable…the least of these.
Kim de Blecourt

 

The Pain of Empty Arms

August 18th, 2014

Guest Post by Wanda Sanchez I’m a vocal advocate of adoption, although I don’t have my own adopted children. I do have “children of my heart” – dozens of amazing...

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