Cheese Curds and Kimchi
We live in Wisconsin, the land of cheese. Our baby will be born in South Korea, the land of kimchi. This is our story about international adoption and the challenges of becoming a family. We started this blog at the beginning of our adoption process. There was so much to learn about becoming parents, and especially about adoption. Most everyone can tell you things about giving birth, but we didn't know many people who could tell us about what to expect in the adoption process. Blogging has been a great experience at reaching out to this huge and compassionate community and we've learned so much from readers! In turn, we want to share what we've learned with others. From personal experiences to cultural information about South Korea, we include it all.
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Parenting is forever: Contemplating adoption in the news
So, I'm sure you have heard the latest shocking story to rock the adoption world. This couple walked away from their 9-year-old child, whom they had adopted from foster care when he was an infant. They claim he had threatened them and their other children...1 day ago
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