Avonlea Having given up on infertility, I find that I am now an expectant adopting mom. I'm just starting my journey. I understand that one step after another will get you any where you want to go, as long as you continue to persist.
Inward Musings musings of an infertile women trying to make it through the craziness of Guatemala adoption, family crisis, and life in general.
Life in Barren County reflections on infertility, adoption, and waiting....and waiting...and waiting...(Adopting domestically)
Lost and Finding sifting through all the junk, I know I can find me in here somewhere... Oh, and maybe a baby while I'm at it. (Adopting from Kazakhstan)
Mamamarta julie and i have been a couple since 1987. our daughter trixie was born to julie in 1997, and our son micah was placed with us for adoption in 2003. in between there was a bit of infertility drama and grief (on my part...). sometimes we succeed more, and sometimes less, at living simply in the heart of the city. we're also currently trying to decide whether to adopt a third child.
Mayhem and Magic Transracial adoptive family with two boys, one adopted from South Africa and one domestically.
Paragraphein Me in a nutshell: age 26; bipolar; a mommy, a natural mother, a wife, a cigarette-smoker; quiet, shy, moody; passionate about the sun, summertime, Lolita, adoption reform, painting, movies, and chocolate
Cookie Speaks Adoption has affected my life in so many ways. I hope to share what I have learned about many aspects of adoption including search and reunion.
Crunchy Granola chronicles from the heartland,
where our two academic mom, one daughter family
crunches its way through life's adventures
DoctorMama I'm a cranky, burned-out mother/ physician/ wife/ educator/ liberal with a test-tube toddler named HellBoy or AngelBaby, depending; a TrophyHusband; and two cats, BadCat and GoodCat. I enjoy coffee, vodka, beer, tequila, and running.
Dromedary in Traction My story of self discovery and healing, as I leave behind an abusive marriage and childhood, reenter the world of single parenting, and hopefully learn from my mistakes!
Mama(e) in Translation A mother (mamãe) of two boys (4 and 2) between two languages (Portuguese and English), two countries (Brazil and the U.S.), two "worlds" (academic/ home-front). A foreign student (ABD right now) married to a postdoc (who also used to be a foreign student).
Mamaloo first-time mama I love in real life and online