Archive for November, 2011


Thought for the Day – Elizabeth Bartholet

November 30th, 2011

“If we shut down international adoptions, that’s 5,000 kids a year whose lives we are ruining, whose lives could have been wonderful, and we’re dooming them by shutting them into...

  • Meet Carolyn Twietmeyer

    One of the many reasons I attend numerous conferences each year is to meet people of the same mind-set, who seem to challenge me at the same time. Earlier this…

  • Video – Thanksgiving Nostalgia

    “Thanksgiving is a very important holiday. Ours was the first country in the world to make a national holiday to give thanks.” ~ Linus, “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving”

  • Blessed Thanksgiving

    “That I may publish with the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of all thy wondrous works.” ~ Psalm 26:7 (KJV).

  • Being Thankful – Part Two

    Thoughts on Being Thankful or What the Adoption of My Son Taught Me About Thankfulness – Part Two As I continue to reflect on what I’m thankful for this year,…

  • REVIEW – “As Good As She Imagined”

    “As Good As She Imagined: The Redeeming Story of the Angel of Tucson, Christina-Taylor Green” by Roxanna Green with Jerry B. Jenkins This beautifully crafted story is a moving tribute…

  • Remembering Birth Moms

    November is National Adoption Awareness month. Many activities occur during this month of celebrating adoption – Orphan Sunday, National Adoption Day, informational meetings, etc. It’s all good. However, my heart…

  • Thought for the Day – Dr. Seuss

    “Even though you can’t see or hear them at all, a person’s a person, no matter how small!” ~ Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), Horton Hears A Who!, 1954.

  • Quote – Kim de Blecourt

    “I’m often asked, “Why did you adopt from Ukraine?” We have many reasons, but the most important to us is “That’s where our son was.” ~ Kim de Blecourt

  • ‘Export’ vs. ‘Right to a Family’

    The United States of America signed a bi-lateral agreement with Russia on July 13, 2011, to resume inter-country adoption proceedings between our two countries – click HERE to read my…

  • Does UNICEF Actually Promote Child Trafficking?

    Continuing our week-long discussion on UNICEF and their possible anti inter-country adoption stance… Today, I’m going to break down how UNICEF, who claims to promote vulnerable and orphan children from…


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