We are Finished With This Adoption Series. I hope you all have enjoyed my series…
Cutie Number 6
Cutie Number 6
Cutie Number 6 he is nickname-free. However, we’ll have to work on that. We think he is 3ish, will be 4ish when he comes to his forever home. The excitement…that word or emotion doesn’t even cover it. We are beyond thrilled!
Our Cutie Number 6 looks like a chocolate Catfish LOL (according to my MIL). He has beautiful big brown eyes and a smile that can melt your heart in a moment. Adding him to our family is thrilling. Absolutely the sweetest little dude in the whole place.
Although we know that there will be HUGE adjustments with Cutie Number 6. For example, not speaking English, toddler, time change, food change, emotions from other 5 kiddos, etc. We serve a BIG God who loves my son (and all my other children) far more than I can even fathom. He has this all worked out. I pray, daily, that His presence will in every nook and cranny of our home as we make this transition.
Adoption has touched our family many times. This International Ethiopian adoption is not much different from our other older child adoptions. This is a special needs adoption. Sadly, it is because he is an older child. There are many reasons why a child is considered special needs. Follow the link above for explanations.
I wish I could post a pic, but I’m not able too, just yet…keep your eyes peeled for our newest addition! It is against regulation to post a picture of a child during this process. We are excited to share a picture once the adoption is finalized.
Who knows? Maybe we will continue this path of life. Remembering that God does not call the equipped. He equips the called. I know, this is my calling. Praises to our King.