Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Adoption

When it comes to adoption, Brian and I, have three miracles that have taken place, and they are… Kadee, Braden, and Logan! Of course we have lots more miracles, but the ones I want to share here are all about them.
We have six kids, three I gave birth to, and three we were blessed to adopt.

The main reason I wrote their stories down is because, I want Kadee, Braden, and Logan to be able to hear and see there stories of how they came to be with us.

I also wanted to talk a little bit about the little baby that we didn’t get to keep!
I hope by reading this you will see how truly blessed we are and were through it all.

Heavenly Father has a plan and His plan was for Kadee, Braden, and Logan to stay and be sealed to us for time and all eternity.

It's best to read these stories in order, but you don't have too. Click on the their names on the side of this blog to read the next story, but first sit back, put your feet up and read the story on this page about little adorable Raymundo!

8 comments:

Wood Family said...

Oh Sandi! Your kids are so speacial! Thanks for sharing their stories with me, what a tear jerker:) They are so luck to have found you and your them!

Jensen Family said...

Couldn't think of our family without them! They are special kids and everyone has loved them all so much! I loved reading their stories because I kind of forgot exactly how they were!

aprilhoyt said...

I totally agree with Jolyn, what a tear jerker!!

jessica rabbit said...

I'm glad you shared your story of their adoption. It's so sweet. The story of Braden and his birth-mom really hit home. They're so lucky to have you for a mom!

Skousen Seven said...

Kudos to everyones comments! I told you the stories were tear jerkers!!! Being an adoptee myself, I know how blessed the kids are to have you as their mom. You are the BEST! Love ya

Kristal and Jason said...

I loved reading those stories. Definately can relate on the feeling for Braden's birth mom. I have a few things written about Regan's adoption, but reading this has made me want to write more so I don't forget. Stuff that I thought I would never forget are starting to fade a little. Thanks for sharing something so personal.

THE CAVEY CLAN said...

Wow, such special experiences AND children. I enjoyed their stories so much. I've said it many times before, but I've always had the same feelings about me adopting. I now know what to expect if we need to so thanks so much for sharing that!

Rebecca said...

So glad you are posting these great stories. Wonderful!