Early results!

January 30, 2008 at 5:00 pm (adoption, family, foster, fostering, home study, homestudy) (, )

Our homestudy was APPROVED!!!  We’re in “invisible pregnancy” land, and we have no idea what our “due date” is.

How do you prepare for a child when you don’t know what their gender or AGE is going to be?  (shrugs)  I’m just so happy!

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6 Comments

  1. Jessa said,

    Congratulations! I hope your continued journey into adoption is an unhassled process and you’ll soon have a child to love in your home.

  2. Partially Insane said,

    Congratulations!! I’m excited to have found your blog. I read JonBeckett73 and have become so engrossed in his adoption process that I wanted to find out more about other people’s…..because one day I’ll probably be going through it as well.

    Again, congrats!

  3. alteredmind said,

    Congratulations. The paperwork takes a long time but you already know that. I am a Foster Mom and love getting newborns healthy enough to be placed in a fost-adopt home. Oh and remember. It takes nine biological months from conception. I suggest conception begin this evening. ( I am so happy for you)

  4. Pann said,

    Congratulations! OF COURSE your homestudy was approved!! You’ll be fine parents – how to prepare?

    That you can’t really prepare for specifically, but I recommend making a batch of Snickerdoodles to celebrate. 🙂

  5. lisa4011 said,

    Snickerdoodles it is then!!! No time like the present to try them out.

    Thanks everyone!

  6. bless58 said,

    That is exciting!!! I remember those days so well!!!

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