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In the first section I share glimpses of eight drama-filled years in Haiti preceding my own personal crisis and in the second I offer insights for making spiritual, mental, and physical choices of courage.
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I’ve blogged about my son Jaden before. Actually, I could probably write a pretty interesting story about him every day.
Oh yes… when we chose our dear boy, we had no idea how many scares we would have, nor how many scars he would someday have.
Thanks to his special needs and fearless nature, this child would eventually fall off a roof, drink gasoline, and endure a hundred (provoked) wasp stings. He would do his best to ensure I never received a “mother-of-the-year” award. (What kind of mom lets her child do those things?) Having him would mean trouble finding a babysitter, seizures in the middle of church, lots of stares in public, and far too many doctor visits.
Join me at Gillian Marchenko’s blog today for the rest of this article:
Choosing My Special Child
I recently wrote an article for an international adoption website. Whether you are just a little curious about adoption, seriously considering it, or already into the heart of the process, this website may be helpful to you.
My article offers encouragement for those in the waiting stage:
International Adoption and Waiting: The Hardest Part of Adopting