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June 03, 2008


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Happy birthday to a beautiful little darling!

That is incredibly moving. God does have a special plan for all children and all mothers. We have been praying a spiritual adoption for an unborn child, and it made me think that perhaps there was some little church lady, too, who had adopted Taz and had been praying for him while he was in utero, and that her prayers and yours and the birth mother's all joined up to make this happen.

Much love to your family!

Goose bumps! Great story and happy birthday to your little guy...

Happiest of birthdays, Taz. And they get even better!!

Sniff, sniff ... what a sweet post.

Happy birthday, little guy!

What a cutie!!! Happiest 5th b-day wishes to you big boy!

Happy belated Birthday to your beautiful boy. Cate is close to the same age. You had a very quick referral. My dh and I were just discussing the other night that if we had waited even another year that we would have waited so much longer perhaps even still not receiving our referral from China. As it turned out we had our referral within 6 months of submitting our paperwork. I wish it were so today.

Both the photos are adorable. Taz is so cute. Cate had a very similar look in her eyes as he does in the photo of him as a baby.

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