Wednesday Wisdom 24/06/2015

“I believe one of the most sacrificial acts of love adoptive parents can do is to give up their preconceptions and agendas about what their child’s views “should” be and be open to hear the conflicting emotions and thoughts their child often experiences.”

Sherrie Eldridge

* Taken from the book Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wished Their Adoptive Parents Knew

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Wednesday Wisdom 17/06/2015

“In the family, life is brought not only to our doorstep, but into our kitchens, bedrooms, and dens. In the family, life is happening all around us, and it begs to be questioned, evaluated, interpreted, and discussed. There is no more consistent, pregnant, dynamic forum for instruction about life than the family, because that is exactly what God designed the family to be, a learning community.”

Paul David Trip

Sibling Love Knows No Boundaries

This photo blog is just beautiful! Mom captured moments between two siblings (one biological and one adopted).

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/anna-larson-barely-different-sisters-photography

It reminds me of precious moments that I’ve also pictured with our two children. Nina really adores her brother, and always loves to tell anyone asking that it is her brother – not understanding yet why people may question this.

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Wednesday Wisdom 03/06/2015

“No man hath a right to claim God as his Father, unless he feeleth in his soul, and believeth, solemnly, through the faith of God’s election, that he has been adopted into the one family of which is in heaven and earth, and that he has been regenerated or born again.”

Charles Spurgeon