"Hi Alicia. I just wanted to say what an encouragement you will be to so many others who are looking to adopt. I have always been open to the idea, but my husband is not there. We have been blessed with two beautiful, healthy little boys. My husband…"
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I am an almost 30 year old stay at home mom to two beautiful toddlers (Kjerstin-4 and Marissa-3) Soon I will get to stay home and raise three children as we are adopting a son from the Democratic Republic of Congo. I love the Lord, family, teaching, homeschooling, orphans, adoption, Africa, and having fun. I feel like it's a toddler world and I'm just living in it!
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Hi Alicia. I just wanted to say what an encouragement you will be to so many others who are looking to adopt. I have always been open to the idea, but my husband is not there. We have been blessed with two beautiful, healthy little boys. My husband has many fears about adoption. I truly feel that if it is ever God's plan for our lives that He will speak that to us. Congratulations to you and oh how blessed this little boy will be to have parents who love the Lord and have prayed for him!
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