On April 24, 2013 we received 2 referrals for families whose dossiers were logged in on October 26, 2006. This referral group included 2 girls whose ages ranged from 12 months to 16 months. Children in this referral group were from the Jiangxi province. Congratulations to these families!
If you are in the 11/7/2006 , 11/13/2006, and 11/16/2006 LID group and have not been in contact with me please call or email me at 512-323-9595 ext. 3092 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP to review your status.
NEWS & UPDATES:
NEW GREAT WALLCHINA ADOPTIONS AND CHILDREN OF ALL NATIONS ADOPTIONS FORUM
Great Wall and Children of All Nations has just started a new Adoption Forum, so all our families can connect to have positive, inspirational, and informative discussions. The Forum will have discussion topics about our country programs. Our Adoption Forum also contains a book club. Each month we will post an intriguing adoption book to explore and discuss. Join our Adoption Forum today and become more interactive in the Great Wall and Children of All Nations family here. http://childrenofallnations.com/forum/
Beginning April 29 through May 1stChinacelebrates the National Labor Day Holiday!Chinaworkers get to enjoy time off of work to celebrate spring with Tomb Sweeping, Dragon Boat, and Mid-Autumn festivals.
THE LID EDGE: FAMILIES WITH LOG IN DATE HAVE THE EDGE!
The CCCWA adds new children to the shared list once a month. For the first month that a child is available for adoption, they can only be matched with a family that is logged-in. The Waiting Child team monitors the shared list for potential matches for our LID families. Children with commonly accepted or “minor” conditions will generally be placed very quickly with a family who has a LID. If your family is hoping to adopt a child who has been diagnosed with a minor, correctable and/or more commonly accepted condition or diagnosis, you will want to consider the LID Edge.
If you decide this is something you want to learn more about please contact me or one of our Waiting Child Specialists to learn more about this program.