When the Blog, Blog, Bloggin’ Comes Hop, Hop, Hoppin’ Along

Adopting can be a lonely journey, especially if you don’t know anyone else who is going through the process. Fortunately, our church has several families who have adopted previously, and I’ve been able to find other blogs and discussion boards of families adopting, including from the DRC. It helps to know what’s ahead of us, and encourage and help others who are behind us.

So today, I’m participating in a Blog Hop. Several bloggers have linked up here to make our blogs known to other adoption bloggers.

If you’re here from the Blog Hop, welcome! We’re in the process of adopting two siblings from the Democratic Republic of Congo, and have just come out of court. But our journey started with attempting to adopt through foster care, and from a “birth mother” who found us through our church. There have been highlights along the way as well, as we’ve experienced the miracle of God’s financial provision in our adoption.

But of course, while we wait, life continues on, so I blog a little about our adventures, crafts, cooking, and lessons God is teaching us along the way! Categories of topics are broken down on the right, if one topic interests you more than another. Regardless, I’m glad you’re here!

And if you’re considering adoption, support adoption, or want to pray for families who are pursuing adoption, hop on over to the blog hop!


One thought on “When the Blog, Blog, Bloggin’ Comes Hop, Hop, Hoppin’ Along

  1. I’m so glad you’re participating in the blog hop! I thought I was a pretty good blog stalker, but I’m finding so many new blogs through the hop. It’s really nice to connect with other adoptive families, especially who are adopting from Congo. I look forward to following your journey!


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