Every once and again I’m contacted to spread the word. As you all have been understanding, helpful and sensitive to my needs, I want to be the same in return!
As my life lately has been a journey to becoming parents, that’s obviously very close yo my heart.
I know so many of you out there reading are having a hard time in your journey to have a baby/become parents. I know some of you have told you may never become pregnant. Many of you are on the road to adoption.
I highly believe you have to do what’s best for your and your family, physically and mentally.
Before blogging that I was pregnant, I emailed a handful of girls to tell them prior to the “pregnancy announcement post.” No, I don’t want kudos that. I also wish I could have emailed everyone that occasionally struggles reading the announcement posts, but I knew it might not be possible. I myself have struggled reading some baby/baby boy posts over the past nine months. It’s human nature. I hate that some blogs I can’t read or comment as often as I use to, but that’s just how it is, for now. It’s gotten better for many reasons. I certainly don’t want anyone to change the way they blog or things they say for me. These blogs are about our lives and I like and want people to blog what’s on their mind & heart!
Anyways, I recently became aware of a little project that Little Laws Prints put together to help support Adam & Summer B. in their adoption process. I think It’s such a wonderful thing. K.Law has been doing SO much to help others, including myself, and I couldn’t be more grateful.
K. Law and Summer worked together to create a print in memory of Summer’s dad. It can be found in K. Law’s Etsy Shop, Little Law’s Prints. The awesome thing about this, 100% of the proceeds go to SUMMER & ADAM. So, if you would like an adorable print to put in your home, office, on your desk, in child’s room, to gift, etc., etc., please check this one out…
Summer is so kind and sweet. I have shared many, many emails. Two years ago, I remember asking her questions about the “trying to conceive” process. She has been through SO much trying to have a baby. She is definitely a mom. I pray she will have a little baby B to hold soon. Here is their adoption website.
Another sweet girl I’ve “met” through blogging is Jennifer. Her and her husband have also been yearning to become parents for quite some time. Jennifer has quite a crafty finger and opened up an Etsy shop to raise money for their adoption fund. You can check our her site here!
I believe adoption is an amazing thing. My brother was adopted. I know I’ve said this before, but after eleven years of trying to get pregnant, my mom was told her chances of getting pregnant were one in a million. She adopted my brother and brought him home on January 4th, 1983. She gave birth to me on January 4th, 1984. So if that’s not enough to make one believe, I’m not sure what is 🙂 She definitely got the best of both worlds!
My friend, Nina, just posted another project for your helping hands! Check out the adorable stationery to help Japan here!
Thanks for reading, helping, kindness, etc!
*Don’t forget this weeks giveaway.