I am blessed enough to say I am a mom through the miracle of adoption. I am trying to find my place in life right now and get back to being the person I want to be. Working on my physical health and mental health and just figuring life out. I am documenting my journey through the world of Adoption and you can read about my life here at He’s Our Heart – She’s Our Hero
Anne is a single adoptive Mom to her beautiful daughter, Elizabeth. You can read all about her adventures by reading their blog “All About Elizabeth“
Sharon Simons, the founder of Mom at Last, is an Adoptive Mom of 2 Twin Boys from Russia through the use of International Adoption. Read her journey and join the Community at Mom at Last.
We believe in our hearts that while life sometimes brings people together in unexpected ways, they are always brought together for a good reason. We would like to develop an amazing and respectful relationship with you and consider your family our extended family. – My Two Fathers
Nicole is a child of God, a wife, a mama, and a homeschooler of 3 precious kiddos, one who came to Nicole and her Family through the gift of international adoption. Read about her Love of God & Adoption on Living Out His Love Adoption Blog
Kim Barker is currently the wife of Texas football coach, Rob, and mother to one adopted son, Ty. Rob and Kim are currently waiting for their second child through the blessing of adoption. She is a high school administrator and loves to make an impact in the lives of those around her. Kim currently writes a family encouragement blog titled The Home Team. She can be found at www.thehometeams.blogspot.com and on Twitter @kimbarker25
Hi! My name is Marcy Hanson. I’m a nurse, wife, blogger and mom. The hubs and I have three amazing kids who joined us through the beauty of adoption. Our experience is through foster care, and though it was a rough road, we have been blessed with so much joy!
I am an artist, a sculptor, and a writer. My newly published book, But the Greatest of These is Love, is about the adoption of our youngest son from Russia at the age of seven. More accurately stated, it is about God’s involvement in our adoption of our youngest son from Russia at the age of seven.