I feel like I just sent my child off to camp! I have been working on this stack of papers since September! I have been guarding it from the children, the dog, dust, and anything else that it may come into contact with. I have checked and rechecked the dates, the number of copies, and the signatures over and over again. Today I checked them for the final time and took them off to UPS. I set them on the scale and the worker actually had to measure how high the pile of paperwork was before finding a box to fit it all! I watched her tape it shut and affix the address label. I checked one more time that it was the correct address and paid to have it shipped to my agency. I actually did feel like I should have hugged the paperwork or waved good bye to send it on it's way. Not because I am glad to have it out of the house (even though I am over joyed!), but because that pile of paperwork will determine our timeline for bringing our daughter home and if in fact we can brin
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After getting the dreaded pink letter that we were missing words in our home study, yesterday we received a letter saying we have been approved to adopt! Woohoo! What does this mean? It means that we now have all the paperwork needed to adopt from Uganda. (At least I hope we have it all! I have to do another check to be sure!). Sometimes people wait months to get this! We are so blessed to have it before the holidays are here! What's the next step? We now wait to get a referral. When a child becomes available for adoption who fits with our family we will be notified and then there will be a full investigation done on the child. They look into the child's background and family and try to make 100% certain that he or she can not be cared for by relatives. So now we wait..Adoption is all about patience.