wow.

February 21, 2012 by nohandsbutours Stefanie 4 Comments

I am simply awed. And so very grateful.

My friend and website-designer extraordinaire, Lauren from Restored 316 Designs, has just finished her overhaul of No Hands But Ours.

I gave her some ideas when we first got started, but I was blown away when I saw the finished product.

Thank. You. Lauren.

Even our button got a makeover. Feel free to grab the one below, or one from the sidebar. We’d be grateful for your help in getting the word out about No Hands But Ours.

No Hands But Ours

No Hands But Ours has a facebook page now as well, so if you enjoy reading along here, find us and “like” us on facebook.

Look at us, going and gettin’ all grown up!

One more thank you goes out to some very generous moms… for sharing their beautiful kiddos pictures to grace our homepage. We will be featuring new children in the slideshow regularly, so if you have adopted a special needs child from China and have a picture you would like to have featured, please send the picture and some information about your child to us at nohandsbutours@gmail.com.

So, have a look around and let us know what you think! We have added several new bloggers recently, and two more will be joining us shortly. You can find a list of all our current contributors with links to their personal blogs on our About page. To all our contributors, thank you so much for your commitment to No Hands But Ours and the children of China who wait for their forever family.

2012 is going to be a great year!





4 Responses to “wow.”

  1. Nancy says:

    Very grown-up indeed!
    She looks be. U. ti. ful!

  2. Dusty says:

    Love the new look! Amazing!

  3. Adrian says:

    Love it! Love the new layout. Can’t wait for all the “stuff” coming in 2012! This *is* going to be a fun year. :-)

  4. Jenna says:

    AWESOME! Love the new look! NHBO was a HUGE help to me when we got our referral. I read and re-read the family stories about ToF (all 2 of them)! I really needed to hear some stories of families that had been there, done that, because ToF seemed awfully scary on paper. The family stories helped to dispel the fear. So…thanks for what you do.

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