Red Threads: A China Adoption Blog: Leaving LI

The Lord began this journey towards our second adoption about 1 year ago. He put on our hearts to sponsor Kay – at Harmony Outreach and we did. When i first saw her, i fell in love with her and prayed for her to join our family. It wasn’t until May 2008 that the Lord began to use her to open our hearts to adoption again.

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We will traveled back to China for adoption trip #6 in January 2013. This time God blessed us with 3 lovely daughters from China! Mia is 12 years old, Melissa is 9 years old and Madeline is 8 years old now. We feel so very blessed to have these darling girls in our family!

On the same day we lost a child, we received our newest child. I was numb, heart broken, afraid, devastated, the most horrid thing you’ll ever experience is the loss of a child, but then to be across the world, then add that it’s adoption day, you have had your child in your arms for 4 hours.

The Red Thread is a fairy tale about a king and queen who adopt a baby. The king and queen experience much pain in their hearts, which a peddler identifies as being caused by the pulling of red threads that are coming out of the king and queen’s hearts.

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Essential reading about how your child may have been prepared for adoption, for any adoptive parent (but particularly for adoptions from China). More information Find this Pin and more on red thread 2009 by Kat Wong .

Here’s the video of Meili’s adoption from China. It’s about 15 minutes long. 3 Comments We’re in China!. I’m really disappointed that we’re not leaving next Wednesday for China. And with the way things have fallen, we won’t be going to Beijing.. Red Thread "An invisible red thread connects.

The throughput of transferring messages between two threads reached 767,028,751 ops/sec with train capacity in 32,768 longs. It’s several times faster than SPSC queues in Nitsan’s blog. Continuing..