Feinland’s Found Her

Feinland's daughter

Feinland’s daughter

The Feinland family brought their sons Orion and Silas home from Ukraine using a team that Reece’s Rainbow coordinates with making an adoption completion for their boys in 2012.

It’s a complicated story, but at the end of the year they are home and with children who are to them as were they born into their home. All kids come with their own psychological make up be they born from our own body or born abroad is unique to each child and the Feinland’s must know that as they are at it again! They are now committed to bring home Della, a girl who so many have strongly spoken out for.
One of her most circulated photos depicts her tied into a crib by her wrist–there are versions of it from the side and from the front. She’s 11 I believe and we’re all on a mission to see her home.

Della’s mama to be, Rachelle, has a way of juggling really cool fund raisers and has said that she would be interested in writing a guest blog entry here. I look forward to an introduction to their adoption and a run through of what events they have in progress or soon to come for their daughter.
One of Della’s brothers came home with a history of being heavily medicated in his care facility, the journey to working through that situation shows grace in this family I look forward to watching him continue to lead them.

Click on Della’s picture to visit her family’s blog and here to read a bit about her brothers who came home in 2012. All together Della has 5 brothers (so far) that she will come home to. Their ages are eleven, six, six, five, and two. So fun!

1000th child home.


orphan no more!

orphan no more!


This one is orphan number 1000 redeemed through the adoption facilitation team.

These girls are now sisters, brought together through the miracle of adoption from Bulgaria by the Huizinga family of Virginia. I have not followed this journey, but from a fast glance at their blog I see that these now sisters are fortunate enough to be joining a big family! They have six siblings now, built in playmates now to grow up with–how exciting. Born and raised in a large family, I know the unique blessings of being one of many, it’s a wonderful life; these girls will have such an adventure ahead of them. Congratulations, little ladies and many well wishes to you Huizinga clan!

Don’t miss a moment, dear family.

I am adding your blog to the side here, as I will with every family that I mention on this blog so that I can check on you, should you stop to share for a moment the happenings in your home. Farm Girl in the ‘Burbs!

Happy Valentines day, girls. And most of all, may you enjoy so many wonderful birthdays with your forever family–never alone again. Loved and cherished as God designed and purposed for you so to be.

Welcome home, darling ones.