Sunday, July 12, 2009

How to help...

I was reading this blog and learned that they were just chosen by a birth mother from giving out pass along cards to her friends and family and they passed them along to their friends and family. Her friend had given one to her hairstylist who happened to have a roommate that was pregnant. And after meeting with them, decided to place her baby with this couple. I just thought it illustrated how all of you can help Robby and I. As soon as we are certified to adopt, we will be handing out pass along cards for all of you to help with too. I hope you are all doing well! :)

9 comments:

Que and Brittany are Adopting! said...

Hi, thanks for featuring my blog!
Once you get your pass along cards, mail some to me and I'll pass them out! I'm not afraid to give them out. I leave them with our restaurant checks and I give them to tellers at the bank. :p
Good luck on your journey!

Yankee Girl said...

Be sure to send some up to Utah!

Denise said...

Send some up to Oregon as well. Any way we can help, you two would be awesome parents!

Kristi said...

We're going to need like a million because I will seriously give them to strangers on the street!!!

Love you!

Rachel McKendrick said...

I'm in!

Que and Brittany are Adopting! said...

Oh, I just wanted to clarify:

My friend's hairstylist isn't pregnant; her stylist's roommate is.

And the amazing thing is, my mom gave her stylist our card the same day, (at the same salon) so our birthmom got our card TWICE in the same day from 2 different sources!

Sheena said...

What a GREAT idea!

Leslie said...

I'd be happy to hand some out. Too bad you can't stand outside of the high school and hand them out or at the obgyn offices. I was tempted a couple of times to put up a poster at the high school campus. ha ha

Taylor and Kristin Williams said...

This is random but I went to the LDS adoption conference thingy last year and it was awesome! I know you're going to love it!!! (PS: Be prepared to cry at some point. During lunch they had a singer lady who had adopted a little girl and she told her story and OH-EM-GEE tears... Just be prepared.) Have a blast!!