Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Meet Mary

I think I've mentioned before that I have a younger sister. (I can't really call her my "little" sister, because she has always been taller than I am.) Anyway, Mary is seriously the coolest person I know. She has the best sense of humor, and is my favorite person to just hang out with. Sadly, we've lived pretty far apart for the last few years, so I don't get to see her as often as I'd like.

PumpkinMary has been so supportive of me throughout this infertility journey. When she found out she was pregnant, she sent me the sweetest email, so I wouldn't feel pressured to have to respond in the moment on a phone call. She made it clear that I could be as involved or uninvolved as I needed to be, which was amazing. She was able to be understanding of me, because she had walked a similar path herself. I don't know how much of her story she wants published on the blogosphere, so I will just say that I consider my niece to be a perfect little miracle. :)

Soon, I will be getting two more nieces! Mary and her husband have known for some time that they want to adopt, and God recently laid it on their hearts to adopt two precious little girls with Down Syndrome. The girls live in Eastern Europe, and it will be a few months before they can come home. Mary started a blog called Threefold Blessings to chronicle their journey through the international adoption process. Since she's new to blogging, I thought I would ask all my bloggy friends to stop by and leave her a comment or two. ('Cause I'm an obnoxious big sister, and I do stuff like that.) Here are my beautiful new nieces:

AngelSweetie

6 comments:

embieadoptmom said...

I know MANY people who have adopted Down's babies from Eastern Europe! SUCH BLESSINGS!

The Simons said...
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Threefold Blessings :) said...

Wow Jenn! Thanks for the kind words, but so undeserving. Hope ur feeling much better mama!

Joy said...

Beautiful, gorgeous girls!!!!!! I can't wait to follow your sister's journey!

twondra said...

Awww, your nieces are sooo precious! I'll head over to your sister's blog now. :)

Kim H. said...

How AWESOME!! I love it - and since I'm doing the adoption thing... I'd love to read her story. :-)