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Feelings of Loss

My dog, Bert, died yesterday. Those of you, who know me well, know how much Bert meant to me. My kids, particularly, Josh, who works with me, would just shrug every time I brought up Bert in seemingly irrelevant conversations, followed by “Would you like to see his picture?” Before the person had a chance […] Keep Reading

Haitian Orphans

The recent tragedy in Haiti has caused many to inquire about adopting Haitian orphans. The media has reported that plane loads of orphans have left Haiti for the United States. Our firm has received numerous inquires about adopting these children. The United States ratified the Hague Convention on Inter-Country Adoption. Therefore, all adoption involving a […] Keep Reading

That Very Winter by Mia Hinkle

  She came bearing gifts. Timeless treasures wrapped in heavy brown paper with little clods of black soil mixed up with dry bulbs and withered stems. That warm autumn weekend we turned the hard clay soil in my yard and planted irises and day lilies and peonies that had been dug up from her garden […] Keep Reading

Pregnancy Pact – You Can't Make this Stuff Up!

In a new low to understanding what it takes to be a parent, 17 girls at Glouscester High School in Massachusetts made a pact to get pregnant, allegedly so they could raise their babies together. None of the girls were older than 16 years old. If it were not true, no one would believe this […] Keep Reading

Through My Eyes

This is the third of three essays which an adoptive mom wrote about the adoption of her son and his meeting his birth mom 18 years later. The birth mom wrote the this essay. All are well written, moving, and a tribute to the love and devotion two mothers share for their child. Through My […] Keep Reading

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