It turns out that chicken fried rice does not count as culture

November 19, 2014 by Mike adoption community, adoption realities, adoption situations, Chinese culture, Faith International Adoptions, Family Stories, Homeland, large families, marriage, Mike, siblings, transracial adoption 9 Comments

I am the textbook definition of a white guy. Beyond simply a scarcity of melanin, I have almost every other stereotypical characteristic that one might associate with my race – a general lack of rhythm, limited vertical leap, a “John Cougar Mellencamp” playlist on my iPod, an unhealthy relationship with ketchup, and a generalized ignorance …Read More

find our family: Sisters

August 22, 2014 by nohandsbutours advocating, Children Who Wait, CHSFS, girls, siblings 6 Comments


It is very rare to see siblings available for adoption from China. This is a unique opportunity to bring home this set of beautiful sisters. They were born in March of 2004 and March of 2006 and they both state that they would like to be adopted and have a happy family. They must be …Read More