Well we made the almost 4 hour hike up to Maryland and had a wonderful meeting with our international agency. I really really liked both women we spoke with and even got some adoption books from the agency. Along with an awesome travel guide with lots of cool things I get to read on traveling to Korea. It just went super well. I am over the moon excited and having a hard time not telling random people about our adoption, much less family and friends we are waiting to tell. I think at Thanksgiving we are going to have to spill the beans to everyone because I can not wait it out anymore!!! We found out that most referrals happen when the baby is 5-6 mos. home and average age for home is 9-10 mos. And as long as I get plugging along on my paperwork we should have her in a great timeframe. Our coordinator is traveling to Korea next week. So next on my list is : paperwork!
We are waiting for our little girl from Korea. My husband and I have been married for 6 years, have two wonderful little boys and are in the process of adopting our next child. God is good!
- Attended required adoption meeting
Oct. 1, 2009
- Mailed application to local agency
Oct. 2, 2009
- Mailed international application along with non-refundable check
Oct. 9, 2009
- First Homestudy Meeting
October 27, 2009
- Meeting with international agency
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