Can we just be honest? America is in trouble. America is divided. America is looking for answers. There are so many people from varied backgrounds, races, incomes, religions, and political views that understand we have a problem yet as I have listened, the solutions offered are extremely varied. Whether we want to admit it or not, many of our best thought up solutions come directly from our viewpoint.
I am sure that most of you have heard of the five love languages that adults and children alike have. Getting to know your child’s love language is a big step in building a loving, strong relationship between you and them! This Valentine’s Day, think a little outside the box. Figure out your child’s love language and truly show them your love for them in a way they can feel!
I am republishing this post from January when this little angel officially became a part of our family, our third and final adoption (for now at least). If you would like to purchase the song my husband wrote about her, check it out on iTunes HERE!
How do I ever put into words what I am feeling?? Joy? Absolutely. Sadness? Yep. Let me tell you an extremely abbreviated version of our little blessing!
Our children’s birthdays are extra special around our house. There were way too many prayers, tears, and smiles bringing all three of our children into our family. Why is that?! Because adoption is a joyful yet sorrowful, an exciting yet scary time for everyone involved!
Forgiveness. What a HARD thing to do yet everyone wants you to forgive and forget, right?! I am going to take a minute and talk about forgiveness and why it is SO important in your life and even your worst of enemy’s life!