"Adopting a Child won't change the world; but for that Child the world will change."

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Take off tomorrow!!

Tomorrow is the beginning of our anticipated "homeland" visit, where we'll return to China with our precious daughter. We are all busting to get there - but I must admit, my tummy is a bit in knots - I hope Tiny copes with the whole experience / journey.
We're doing lots of touring, before we get to her Province, and then we'll hop on a train to head up to Tiny's County of her birth. Wow. Just thinking about makes my head spin! As the trip draws closer, I find my thoughts are full of Tiny's birth mother / family. My heart breaks for her birth family, I have no doubt, that no matter what their circumstance, they do think of their tiny precious little girl. Who wouldn't? Because of my strong belief in God, and His "greater plan", I know that God created this beautiful little girl, just for our family. My prayer is, that her birth family have peace. Their incredible gift to us, has totally and completely enriched our lives.
I've listed the Cities we're visiting and drawn a pink line on the map, to show you where we're going!
We're so excited! Its going to be fabulous!


Catherine said...

Have a GREAT trip!!! What an amazing journey this will be for all of you!

Like you, I believe Hannah was designed by God to be my daughter as I believe Tiny was planned for you! Praying for peace for their birth mothers and families.

Enjoy! Will wait with great anticipation to hear all about your trip!!

Jen said...

Can't wait to hear about your experiences back in China! I hope that your little one really enjoys her time there. I think it's only natural to think of her b parents. I know I think of my girls'! Will pray for your guys as I head to bed tonight!

Jen said...

Anxious for an update on your trip!

Joel Stottlemire said...

Thanks for your blog. My fiance is from China. We would like to have a child but we are getting older. We talk a lot about adopting a Chinese child if we can't have one of our own. Nice to know it's working for others.