We designed this site in order to keep in touch with friends and family who are far away and in order to communicate with other adoptive families from around the world.

When we first started researching this wonderful way to become a family we read everything we could get our hands on. Even though there are a lot of great books out there, nothing was as informative or touching as the blogs we found by adoptees, biological parents, and adoptive families. So we are writing this blog now in hopes of returning the favor. We hope that if you are dear to us you will enjoy keeping up with our adventures. If you are someone out there involved in a part of the adoption triad we hope you will find information and comfort here and provide us with some of your own!

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Take care,
Brian and Rosemary

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


I recently saw a preview for award winning director Thomas Balmes new documentary Babies and I absolutely could not resist sharing it with all of you! Believe me when I say that we will be the first people in line to see this film when it is released on April 16, 2010. I think it is a really amazing effort at helping people to recognize the incredible beauty of children everywhere regardless of race. I also think it speaks to an interesting concept - it is possible to lovingly parent a child without a Bugaboo stroller and an army of plastic accesories.

Babies simultaneously follows four infants in Namibia, San Francisco, Tokyo, and Mongolia from birth to their first birthday. Please enjoy the unbelievable cuteness of this trailer:


Jessica said...

Fun. Count us in for standing in line to see it too!

Yoli said...

I know! When I saw the trailer for it, I was thrilled.

Deena said...

How adorable! I'll have to find it when it comes out!

Matt and Tiffany McClain said...

Can't wait to see this one!

Annie said...

Wow- So cool! Can't wait to see it! You're right- sometimes I think we are depriving our kids of their own imaginations and creativity if we buy them every contraption on earth! I was laughing how as each of our children came there were more things added to put in the house - with my 3rd child our family room looked like a circuit gym with every swing, bouncy, walker, etc. Just ridiculous! I think this time we'll get back to the basics a little bit.