Adoption Videos

A few weeks back, when we were getting ready to move ahead with this process, we hopped onto YouTube and found a bunch of videos of others’ experiences with their adoption process.

Here’s one of many that inspired us. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Adoption Videos”

  1. Susan K. on

    Well, I am crying now and can’t start school! Seriously, Elijah was watching this video clip with me too, and asking some neat questions. (He does not understand, though, why you would choose girls!) I know you know this, but God is deeply touching and moving in so many hearts as He moves you guys through this journey; you will probably never know the full extent of the “ripple effect.” Even children who are seeing God move in your family; seeds are being planted.

    Did you listen to the Steven Curtis Chapman Christmas CD? It’s the same song from this video clip. Now I will cry even more whenever I hear that song!

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