Tuesday, September 22, 2009


We had our first home study visit yesterday.

We cleaned and cleaned on Sunday to prepare, knowing that they aren't going to do the white glove test, but I just couldn't relax with the house not in order. So, we did some organizing, dusting and cleaning. It looked great!

The visit went really well. We both liked the adoption social worker, and I felt that she liked us too (yay!). And that is really good, because she is the one that helps match us with a child. We spent about 2 hours with her on this visit. She went over the process from here on out, asked us some very personal questions about past relationships, why we want an infant (instead of an older child) and how we would feel about parenting an adopted child vs. biological child.

There will be 3 more visits in the next 3-4 weeks, and then we'll be licensed! It's looking like we'll be done around the middle to end of October.


  1. ohh my goodness...your trying to adopt??? how wonderful!!! Being a parent is so rewarding, frustrating and fun!!!! I hope it all goes well for you, and the funny thing is that no matter who it is that is coming to my house I am the same...I can not relax untill it is spotless and it drives my husband nuts!!!! please check out my blog I think youll like it!!!

  2. Great news! Isn't it funny how much we worry about the HS, but in the end we just be ourselves and it all works out. Email me if you ever want to talk about adoptive parenting.

  3. that is great news! October is just around the corner.