Musings and thoughts as we work through the process of bringing our children home via international adoption.
That photo was a highlight of my morning! It is so comforting to know Brent is there - and to see him with Nathan. And he looks so happy to know his dad is there with him. We look at your blog at least 3x a day - getting all the updates and keeping you constantly in our prayers and your names in the temple.
hi lori and brent! this is your old neighbor from lehi (over the fence) sara schofield:) i was led to your story via becky on facebook. i can't believe all you've been through... it really brings the situation in haiti to life, not to mention the ups and downs of adoption. we will keep your family in our prayers and hope for the very best to happen shortly so you can bring your sweet kids home.thinking of you!love,sara
Yep, crying now. What a beautiful photo. Thinking of you all today.
that makes my heart happy to see Nathan with his dad. So sweet!
such a beatuiful picture! makes me cry too :)we're atill praying for jessica.
Oh so sweet! I love it!
Lori, We have never met, but we bought your old house. (Which we have loved by the way). I keep coming back here to see what is happening. It warms my heart to see Brent and Nathan together again. I have spent hours reading your story and watching your videos. They are so precious and tender. I cry at something everytime I visit. Thank you for sharing your story. I am praying for you and your sweet famiy.
Wow, nothing to say. Picture says it all.We'll chat later. Jack
1 picture is worth a 1000 words, and I am left speechless.
So glad to see them together. You almost wouldn't know that picture was in Haiti!Love you!Michelle
Awww! Hopefully they will be home soon? Any word on Jessica yet?
Takes my breath away. I keep praying that your daughter is found in this all as well.
Such a wonderful picture!
that pic is amazing. i once speng a week sleeping on that very balcony with my son. sooooo good to see them at peace together
Praying for your family to be reunited and back home.
Sweetest picture I've ever seen. Praying for you and your family!