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Obese and Undernourished

March 25, 2014 | post a comment

At the time of this writing, Zach has been with us for over three years, although he’s technically only been “ours” for less than one. We began foster care in late 2008 and, as our first foster child began her transition home, Zach toddled through our door. At two years old, Zach was barely walking […]

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Photo Journal: Victoria’s and Francesca’s First Year

August 30, 2012 | post a comment

A little over a year ago something really important happened. We walked into a place that would change our lives forever. We met two sweet angels. This is the first time we met Francesca. Francesca was exactly what I expected. A friend of mine had met her when she adopted her little one, so I […]

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Korean Child Adjusts to Foreign Diet

February 27, 2012 | post a comment

by Daniel Gray My “Gotcha-Day” was July 12th 1985 and when I arrived in JFK Airport in New York I was already 5 years old. For about 5 months prior to my arrival I was living in an orphanage. When I arrived I was skinny, but not overly so (I had regular meals in the […]