Mondays aren’t all bad! We have another blog post up on our Adoption Choices Blog–
“How long have you had this carpet?” the salesperson asked as she looked around K’s room. “About 12 years,” I replied.
While she explained all the advancements made in stain mastery over the past 12 years, my mind wandered back to when we bought the original carpet. We had just found out that K’s birthmother, A, had selected us to be the parents of her soon to be born baby. We were thrilled but determined to be realistic. The baby wasn’t due for several more months, and a lot could happen. We were excited but, in the words of my husband, “were going to keep our feet planted firmly on the ground.” We weren’t going to decorate a nursery until after the baby returned home with us, but a new carpet didn’t count. Any room could have a new carpet. The old carpet was blue and stained and needed to be replaced. We bought a nice neutral tan colored carpet and kept our feet planted firmly on it.” Read More…
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