“Gotcha Day” For Two Families

Posted: November 19, 2007 in Adoption, Taiwan
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The neat thing about our adoption is that we have been able to meet so many other families online who are also adopting from Taiwan. We are able to follow their journeys and learn from their experiences. I can’t imagine what it would have been like even ten years ago to adopt – the wealth of information available online and from other families is incredible. With that said, it was really cool to witness two families today celebrate “Gotcha Day” with their newly adopted children. Some friends of ours are currently in China adopting a little boy named Lian. We look forward to meeting him when they get home in a couple of weeks. Another family we met online traveled to Taiwan and met their new little girl, Sophia, today. We hope to adopt our child from the same orphanage in Taiwan where their daughter has been living.

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Comments
  1. kimkim says:

    http://www.informedadoptions.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=148&Itemid=31

    This is an interesting article about the use of the word “Gotcha” in relation to adoption.

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