That’s All Folks

Thank you to everyone who has read and commented on this blog.  We think it’s time to end it.  Thomas is ours and although the journey continues, we feel that it’s time to depart from the blogging world (at least as writers).  We’ll be staying in touch with our new friends so look for our comments.  And if you know us personally then you’ll hear the stories first hand.

Take care and thank you!

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16 responses to “That’s All Folks

  1. Aw, I’ll miss the story of Thomas and his two moms. I wish you all the best.

  2. chris

    we’ll miss the stories along the way. blessings on you all.

  3. NO!!! Your blog will be sorely missed!!!!
    Thank you both for sharing your hearts, feelings & lives with your family & friends. I am sure it has been quite an “eye opener” for most & it certainly has been a real pleasure getting to know my new nephew through the eyes of MY baby sister.
    Take care of yourselves & each other. Love & blessings forever, Jeanne
    PS Don’t forget, we are available to “nephew sit” anytime you need.

  4. Do let us know if you decide to come back, although I understand.

    Happy parenting!

  5. Kay

    You are doing a wonderful job and it was inspiring reading about it… I wil miss it but understand I wish you all well
    Kay (New Zealand)

  6. Deb

    Thanks for having blogged.

  7. Aunt Nancy

    Thanks for the memories. On to the next blog!!! Hey – maybe we can get Jeanne to start one!

  8. Ann Quiter

    Add my name to the list of people that will miss my special nightly reading about the three of you. Sue, be prepared to spend time with me in school, I’ll need to hear the beautiful stories. My best to all of you.

    Ann

  9. I’ll miss hearing about how it is going with you guys!

  10. Pat--Ann's sister

    I look forward to hearing your wonderful stories of your son. I will rely on Ann to share with me any news. Hope to meet up with you some day to meet this child of yours. Pat

  11. You’ve openly shared your love and experiences with your son. As readers, that means we got to vicariously fall in love with this little boy too. Thank you for sharing, but especially to Thomas, for being the star of the blog. Sounds like now is the time to just be the star of the family. Just as it should be, just like every other kid in every other family.

  12. laura

    Thanks so much to both of you and to Thomas for sharing your story this way. My partner and I are planning to adopt in the future, and think a lot about adopting older children from backgrounds similar to Thomas’s. Your story has been a true inspiration and a moving window into one very particular experience–rather than the usual generalities. And, as another commenter said, reading the posts was a special part of our week. So, thanks to all three of you, and best wishes for the future!

  13. Karen

    To think I was JUST getting into the habit of checking the blog! Now you can expect us on your doorstep—sorry Kay in New Zealand. We ,in Western New York ,get to witness this evolving family first hand. It has been, and will continue to be—MY PLEASURE! 🙂

    Keep up the good work Thomas ** Amy** and Sue!

    We’ve got your back! 🙂

  14. Oh, I’ll miss you. Sorry to see you go. I have enjoyed your blog.

  15. Rosie

    Bummer.. I too really enjoyed reading your blog. I wish your family the best of luck. You all sound just remarkable!

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