We are adopting two adorable girls who have a little something extra, Down Syndrome!
We are excited to add them to our family.
We will use this blog to update family and friends on our adoption progress and fundraising efforts.
Just joining us? Click on the 2011 posts in the archive to find out why we are adopting the girls.


The greater the good you are trying to achieve, the greater the opposition. The key is to have an unyielding persistance in the face of those who are critical. Do what you know is right, do not take opposition as an insult but as a compliment that if Satan is working so hard against you, you must be doing something he really hates! People do not want you to be extrodinary. It makes them uncomfortable with their own normal lives. But we must never apologize for what makes us special. Reaching for normal is not what we were sent on this earth to do.  Where would the world be without the people who would not yeild to the prejudice and fear of the people around them? Thank you Martin Luther King Jr!  I am leaning on your inspiration while fighting my own opposition.


  1. Great Post! I agree... but, oh how hard it is to smile and not counter back with something! You should read my latet post! "I Wish They Could See What I Do" @ rescuedbygrace1.blogspot.com

    Praying for you and your sweet family!

  2. It definitely HURTS to be rejected. But I would rather live with the hurt of rejection then the hurt of regret.