Wednesday, January 23, 2013

        A Son from China?

When most people think of international adoption from China, they picture darling little girls. It's common "knowledge" that there are no boys available for adoption from China. Take a look at the little guys pictured here and think again. Lots and lots of boys are waiting in China for families to take them into their hearts and homes. Here are some very good reasons to choose a SON from China -

Boys are a wonder of creation!  They're full of big plans and big ideas. They love to eat mom's cooking and are always eager for dad's approval. 


Boys are lots of FUN!  They love a good joke - even when the joke's on them. Their imaginations are spilling over with outer space and inner possibilities.

Boys are EASY TO PLEASE!  All you have to do is feed their bodies with good food and feed their spirits with heartfelt appreciation. Boys will follow you to the ends of the earth for those two items.

Boys can be really HELPFUL!  You just have to admire their muscles and ingenuity and they're happy to rake the yard and carry the groceries and figure out how to fix your computer.

All the boys shown  here are waiting for a family to appreciate them for exactly who they are - rock  em, sock 'em boys who need a mom and daddy to love and nurture them, body and soul. They come in all  sizes from pint-sized babies to grown-up twelve year olds. Many of these fine fellows can be adopted by single moms.
So, if you don't mind that boys are usually not much for shopping, click on the button below to learn about these wonderful boys and how you might welcome one into your heart and home! 

Sunday, January 20, 2013

 2013-Planning Ahead

Our US team met in St. Louis last week to discuss our roles for Children's Hope and the changing face of international adoption. Expanded plans for adoption of older children as well as special needs kids are underway. We hope to prove helpful to families discouraged by long waits and closing adoption programs.  CHI's Ethiopia, Colombia and China Waiting Children programs continue to bring children home to their adoptive families.

Pictured are Angie Thorn, Nicky Losse, Mary House, Nichole Deal, Executive Director Dwyatt Gantt, Tina Qualls and Gloria Akers.

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Thursday, January 17, 2013


Three-year-old Silas Jay Kirkland got the very best Christmas present ever. This year, Silas got a mom of his very own!  Karen and Silas finally got together on Christmas Day, 2012.

Karen is a physical therapist living in China and had long wanted to adopt a waiting child. She did her paperwork and took little Silas into her heart. Now her son is home!

Karen and Silas are having lots of fun getting to know each other. They share countless hugs and cuddles and just enjoy being a family.

Email to discover how you can adopt a child waiting in China.

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