1. My cousin adopted from Vietnam and he never mentioned any troubles what so ever. The whole process took him about a year and they had the baby home in no time. I'm not all that familiar with the process and why would this take so long, but hang in there. I'm sure you'll get to hold her soon.

  2. Deann Scholl


    My sister-in-law, Christy Hale, shared your blog with me. I have a friend that is in Uganda right now meeting their son for the first time and I can't help but wonder if they are getting to see your precious Amelia. I have really enjoyed following your story and I will say a prayer that you all get to travel before Christmas. I wish you the best on your incredible journey.

    Deann Scholl

  3. Hi Rachel, I am also here in Uganda adopting our son Alyosha (known as Jeremiah at LHBH). I got your blog off Melissa's page. I don't have anything super-new to say, but just want to chime in that yes Amelia is truly breathtakingly beautiful! They let her hair down today and her perfect curls were just to die for! She is very sweet and seems very happy also. I pray that God does the miraculous and that you get here before Christmas! I know how hard it is to wait and my heart goes out to you. Peace to you!

  4. So sweet! I am dying to see her curls let loose! I saw her hair loose in an October picture, and it was adorable, but I'd love to see it now that it's longer.

    Deann, Christy is always so encouraging about our process whenever I see her at church. And thank You for your prayers!

    The E's – I am so happy to "meet" you. I'm not sure which baby is Alyosha/Jeremiah. I'd love to see his picture! I suppose I can as soon as you get your ruling. I'm praying for all of you in Uganda awaiting rulings.

    Thanks to all of you for your prayers & support!!

  5. was just thinking of you and praying for you. what encouragement to come here and see. sweet little gifts from Him.
    keep bringing the gifts, Lord.

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