adopting families least favorite word

  1. wait·ing/ˈwātiNG/

    1. The action of staying where one is or delaying action until a particular time or until something else happens.
Yep.  That's the one.  Families wait for days, weeks, months...years to see their child(ren).  Even though my family has just began our journey, the wait is just as hard.  I want my brother and sister home right NOW. 

1 comment:

Michlyn said...

Hi Brittany!

My name is Michlyn (pronounced: Mikelynn) and I'm 15. I also have a huge heart for Africa, adoption, and the orphans of this world.

I've been looking at a few of your posts, congrats on you exciting news! Getting the homestudy done is a huge step! I'll be following along your journey.

I have a family of 8! (7 on earth and a baby sister in heaven) Dad, mom, me, 3 sisters, and 2 brothers. We adopted a little girl from Ethiopia, Africa in July of 2010. Started that process in 2008. Now we're adopting again from Ethiopia! It's so exciting isn't it?

I saw that you commented on our family blog, and I just wanted to say hi.


You can see my personal blog here:
(tells you all about me and my family)