Adoptation

January 26, 2010

Game On!

Filed under: Adoption, Preparation — adoptation @ 7:31 pm

Apparently, the baby doesn’t want to miss President Obama’s first State of the Union address…because despite his mid-March due date and a medical intervention to keep him in place, he is coming. Right now.

We got the call from the adoption agency late this afternoon—too late to make travel arrangements for tonight, but early enough to wrap up things at work and calmly (more or less) start to sort everything out. Now we’ve got a flight first thing in the morning and a distant NICU with our name on it. The hard-to-suppress terror feels a little bit akin to the challenges of the last several years, but this is also the 1st time we’ve known there’s a real, actual baby on the other side of the jittery fear.

So far, all we really know about this kid is that he’s got a mind of his own and won’t be told little things like when he should be born. Sounds like my kind of guy. We should be hearing sometime very, very soon that he’s officially been born…it’s “game on” time, and now the adventure really gets going.

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4 Comments »

  1. So exciting! Hope you’ll be able to update while you’re there!!
    Best wishes!

    Comment by Anne — January 26, 2010 @ 10:12 pm

  2. Oh congrats and safe travels!!! We’ll be waiting to hear all the news!

    Comment by Nicole — January 27, 2010 @ 7:28 am

  3. The State of the Union will always be full of EXTRA meaning for you!

    Comment by Lavender Luz — January 28, 2010 @ 9:24 am

    • Yes! Tho I must admit I was not always paying close, careful attention to the speech…

      Comment by adoptation — January 28, 2010 @ 9:29 am


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