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December 19, 2009

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I can just imagine how it feels for you and if I knew what to say to make it better I would try. Have faith that it will work out in the end and be worth the wait and struggle.
I know all too well about how hard it is this time of year to see happy families and have shed many tears but I know you will have the happy ending you deserve when it is the right time. xx

I am sure things will work out - not sure how or when but they will. Please hold onto each other and do something nice for your selves - you are good people and can help each other through this sadness and setback. You are lucky to have each other. wishing you all the best - take all the time you need.

I'm still at a loss of words for what you are experiencing. Wishing you a little joy this holiday.

You are breaking my heart - I wish there was something - anything I/we could do to ease the hurt or help the adoption process get to the happy ending you deserve. God Bless you!

I have thought of you often through your adoption journey, and now I think of you daily. Take what care you can of your dear broken heart, and hold what hope you can that soon your sweet daughter will be home with you.

My heart breaks for you both. I send positive thoughts to you both and your sweet little one every day. ((hugs))

Keep pampering yourselves as much as you can and planning to go back. We are thinking of you...

I've been thinking about you and praying that you are reunited with your daughter soon. God bless you all, especially your daughter, while she is away from you.

My heart goes out to you and David, and I hope things take a turn for the better. Our whole family has been following your story. There is a reason for everything, but sometimes we just don't see it at the time. I hope there is a good one behind this, and like I said, the outcome is to you favor.

Wishing you peace this Christmas.

I found your blog through Jane's Apron. And I am so glad that I did. Reading your words and getting a chance to send you light and love have helped to make this holiday meaningful for me. How lovely it is that you and your husband have taken this treasured risk - I find that there is nothing more vulnerable than being a parent. And that is what you are, whether she is with you, or at the orphanage. Blessings to all of you.
Love,
Elise

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