Nothing new to report here.
We are waiting for the homestudy to be written and signed and sealed.
But we did send off our out of state documents to get authenticated at their respective Se.cretary of State offices.
Is it just me? This step in the adoption was the most difficult so far.
Like a 6th grade math challenge...
If 6 notarized documents are sent to 5 separate states in 5 separate envelopes
and 2 of these documents must be sent first to the county clerk's office - but then must be first returned to me
and 5 envelopes were self-addressed and stamped
Will all dossier documents actually get correctly authenticated and arrive back at our house sometime in the next millenia?
I have been blog stalking Julie and Steven to check on their homecoming.
I will admit, I don't even know Julie in person. But she was one of the first people to comment on my blog and welcome me to the adoption community.
Now I am a shamless lurker on their website and am dying to know how the family is adjusting since they got home from Ethiopia on Saturday.
- Me. Us. She.
- J and I have been married for almost 15 years. We have shared many adventures and a lot of watershed moments. In 2009 I began blogging and in 2010 we adopted our daughter from Ethiopia. In March of 2012 we began the process to adopt a little boy from Haiti. This blog follows the many twists and turns on the road to our two children and beyond.
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