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CORIN for the West family — FL

Chris and Tia have been married for 8 years. They are over the moon excited to adopt a beautiful baby boy from Eastern Europe. They already have an amazing 15-year-old daughter named Morgan.

Morgan plays soccer at the High School she attends and is involved in several clubs in the school. This past summer Morgan Volunteered at a Non-Profit Hospital which happens to be where Chris and Tia both work. Chris is the Communications/Technology Manager and Tia works in Patient Financial Service.

A Few months ago, Tia learned about Reece’s Rainbow from another RR family. The more Chris and Tia learned the more their hearts were breaking for all the children. The minute they saw Corin’s sweet face everything changed for both of them. They both knew that was their son and they had to bring him home.

Chris, Tia and Morgan cannot wait for this baby boy to be in their family to shower him with LOVE.

2/5/2018 — USCIS APPROVED
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$519.40 has been donated towards the cost of our adoption!

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Corin has received a $4.50 Waiting Child Grant.

ELORA for the Joy family — FL

Kevin and Marta have been married for 15 and are blessed with 3 amazing kids – Greyson (16), Kasia (13) and our youngest, Mila (3) who was adopted from China about a year ago. God had opened their hearts during their 1st adoption process to Down Syndrome and Mila became part of their family in 2016.

They had been sponsoring multiple children with heart defects, one of whom was Elora and they fell absolutely in love. They hoped there was a chance she would someday be theirs. Despite the doctors saying Elora was too old and that she was inoperable — thousands prayed and fought for this girl! Elora’s surgery was a great success.

The next hurdle would be getting her orphanage to write her file. Elora’s agency fought for a year to get her file to be written. They waited and waited and finally their family sent in a photo of with Mila to show the orphanage that children with Down Syndrome are loved, wanted and cherished dearly. After 9 months of pleading and prayer they received a phone call — Elora’s file has indeed been prepared! They are so very excited to welcome Elora Meredith Joy home!

They are beyond excited and are doing everything they can to be prepared to welcome a beautiful new life into their home. If you’re reading this, then you’re likely thinking about helping them bring their Elora home. For that, they are forever grateful and want to thank you for partnering with them in this amazing new adventure! They don’t take your support for granted, no matter how big or small the donation. Thank you in advance!

1/18/2018 — DOSSIER NEARLY COMPLETE

$625.65 has been donated towards the cost of our adoption!

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EMMA for the Vincent family — FL

Jarret and April have been married for 10 years with three biological children. Their youngest daughter, Amelia, who is two, has Down syndrome. Here’s their story:

We received Amelia’s suspected diagnosis of Down syndrome the day she was born. Basically a doctor walked in and said, “You know your daughter probably has Down syndrome, right?” We did not. Afterwards, we were bombarded with questions, hypothetical scenarios with what her future might look like, social workers, specialists, and a lengthy heart test. To say that our joy over having a beautiful and precious newborn was replaced with instant fear would be an understatement.

Fast forward two years and all that uncertainty and fear has been replaced with absolute joy. Our daughter is one of God’s greatest blessings to our family, bringing us laughter, love, frustration, and all the typical emotions a two-year old brings. Those painful days of medical terms and fear of the future are replaced with love and hope. During the early days of Amelia’s birth, I saw God’s hand in so many things. We emerged stronger and more faithful, and I know God has a plan for Amelia’s life.

So how does this relate to today? One day, I clicked on a link to help a friend who was raising money to adopt a little boy with special needs. At the site, I also saw a picture of a little girl who is one-years old and has Down syndrome. She was adorable. She reminded me of my daughter. However, this little girl’s life is vastly different from Amelia’s world. She lives in an orphanage in Eastern Europe, given up for adoption because she has Down syndrome. Her name is Emma. My heart ached for her.

I thought of Emma over the next weeks and months. I wondered what her daily life was like. I thought of Amelia and all of the support our family gives her. I wondered if Emma gets any support. I wondered if she has ever been outside of the orphanage. Who feeds her? Plays with her? Bathes her? I knew that she should not be growing up in an orphanage and someone should do something.

More time passed, and I prayed that “the someone” who should do something would. I felt God’s nudges that “the someone” might be us. I thought of the objections I had to this plan. First, we don’t have money saved for an international adoption, and it’s a long and complex timeline. I watched Emma’s profile. I was sure she would be adopted soon. I struggled. I wanted God to take this off my heart, and he did not.

So, here we are, in the middle of the process to try and adopt Emma. To be honest, we are scared, nervous, and excited. We are asking for your prayers for Emma and our family, and if led, we invite you to make a tax-deductible monetary gift to Emma’s Reece’s Rainbow account to help us bring her home as soon as possible. Together, we can change her life. We know God is asking us to trust in him. We hope you will join us on this journey, because if not us, then who, and if not now, then when?

Please note: Donating from a FB application on your iPhone may not work. A workaround is to open a new page (outside of Facebook or Facebook Messenger) and type in: vincent.paytheransom.org from your phone or computer. Thank you so much for your love and support for Emma!

1/10/2018 — AWAITING FINAL TRIP

$10,373.03 has been donated towards the cost of our adoption!

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LAUREL for the Doling family — FL

 

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at facebook.com/pages/This-Is-Our-Mandate

 

KENDALL and GIDEON for the Sotolongo family — FL

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at  pursuedandtreasured.blogspot.com

ERNIE and LETTIE for the Quinn family — FL

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at walknfaithquinnfamily@blogspot.com

 

BRAVE and SAIGE for the Wetherington family — FL

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Ever (Saige) 2015

Ever (Saige) 2015

Brave 2015

Brave 2015

China

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at journeyoftheheart5.blogspot.com

HAMILTON + 1 for the Williams family — FL

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Hamilton & Cadman 2015

Hamilton & Cadman 2015

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at trustyourgut.weebly.com

NICK and KADE for the Cogan family — FL

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at openyoureyestoabrandnewdawn.blogspot.com

 

DUNHAM and EDGAR for the Quinn family — FL

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Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog quinn-2-2016at walknfaithquinnfamily.blogspot.com

 

CALLIE for the Maples family — FL

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Coral (Callie) 2015

Coral (Callie) 2015

China


Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at gatheringangels.blogspot.com

NEVADA for the Sotolongo family — FL

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Elijah (Nevada) 2014

Elijah (Nevada) 2014

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at pursuedandtreasured.blogspot.com

 

ELLIETTE and HENRY for the Wetherington family — FL

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China


Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at journeyoftheheart5.blogspot.com

Stori (Elliette) 2014

Stori (Elliette) 2014

Anchor (Henry) 2014

Anchor (Henry) 2014

TUCKER for the Brook family — FL

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Kolya (Tucker) 2015

Kolya (Tucker) 2015

UKRAINE

 

 

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at theyareprecious.wordpress.com

 

DELANEY and ASHLYN for the McKee family — FL

CHINA

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at loveisonthemove-hope.blogspot.com

KORY for the House family — FL

UKRAINE

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at www.lindyhouse.blogspot.com

Genesis’s blog, letters to Kole – www.dearsunshineboy.blogspot.com

STERLING for the Hinz family — FL

 

Sterling 2015

Sterling 2015

Ukraine

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at bringingsterlinghome.blogspot.com

 

DIMA for the Monier family – FL

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Follow the Monier family’s adoption journey on their blog at mondaymorningchristians.blogspot.com

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/MonierFam5?feature=mhee

 

GAVIN & TRISTAN for the House family–FL

 

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Follow the House family’s adoption journey on their blog at www.lindyhouse.blogspot.com

DARIA and DANIIL (Emma and Micah) for the Cornish Family

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It’s hard to believe that we went from 2 to 4 just a little while ago as everything has adjusted better and smoother than we could have ever imagined!  Emma and Micah are a perfect fit from God for our family and we know the miracles that brought them to us are the first of many to come for our family.  Both children are learning to sit, express their wants, and know that their needs willbe fulfilled.  Kristopher and Brianna love their new “babies” and   have taken to them so well.  A little too well sometimes!  We are absolutely in love and cannot imagine life without all four of our little blessings.   I am in awe of each of their accomplishments and wait expectantly for what God has for our future together.

Follow the family’s adoption journey on their blog at cornishadoptionjourney.blogspot.com

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