Tag Archives: transracial adoption

the kimball family: from zero to three

What does your family look like right now? My family consists of my husband Derek, who is a high school math teacher, Viola who is 6, Gideon who will be 5 in December and Charlotte who is 4 months old. … Continue reading

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january's adoption story

I haven’t been more excited about a guest post! I’m honored to share my friend January’s words on adoption. She has a beautiful heart and spends her days serving as a nurse at the University of Iowa. January was adopted … Continue reading

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black hoodies and kitchen table tears

Spring ventured out of hiding this week, and our little family has been welcoming its arrival with walks to the park, bike-riding adventures, and sidewalk chalk sessions. It has felt so good to come out of hibernation, to let my … Continue reading

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Adoption: Movement or Trend?

This post is pulled from Megan Hyatt Miller’s blog. You can see it in it’s original state here. I particularly like her 4th and 5th points. While talking with a friend about our adoption recently, she made a comment that … Continue reading

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thoughts on princess hair.

A friend recently recounted her experience at a salon. The story, which is copied from an e-mail, is too sweet not to share. 🙂 The mom was a Nordic redhead, and the daughter was totally adorable, clearly “biracial,” and about … Continue reading

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