Monday, October 06, 2008

Virtual Baby Shower

Wow, how exciting! A fellow blogger, someone I've spoken with by email a few different times, is expecting FIVE babies! :) That's right! And not just any babies, but five very special babies ages 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, from foster care! Amy and her husband are committing to adopt these precious children, and they already have SEVEN of their own! Wow!!!

So here is where you come into the picture, you can help, as they are in need of lots right now!

Here is the info from one who is giving this shower:
Some blogger buddies and I are hosting a virtual baby shower for my friend Amy. YOU are invited. If you would like to participate or help host the shower then read away! We are glad you came. :0) Amy could really use our help and support. I hope we can all let her know how much we care.
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My dear friend Amy is expecting 5 babies.... Yes you read that correctly. FIVE! Nope- no typos. She is expecting 5!!! The due date is projected to be 4-6 weeks from today and she just found out she was going to have 5 more babies 2 days ago. :0) AMAZING! You think THAT is amazing??? Wait till you hear this...
she already has 7 children at home. Oh yeah. Now we are talking. Now she will add 5 more beautiful babies to their family. Now this family needs 5 more beds, 5 more car seats, 5 more dressers, 5 more seats at the table, clothes for 5 more, etc. etc. And no, they have no idea what they are going to drive! The new kiddo's are a sibling group of five coming to them through the foster system -but they are no longer foster children because this precious family is adopting them. They are ages 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1.


You can click on the link at the top right side of my blog to connect to Angel's blog who is one of the hosts. From there you can donate money through paypal to this amazing family!

3 comments:

Christine said...

HOw amazing! THey must have a huge house! Here in California theyonly allow two kids to a room and so that would mean like 7 bedrooms! Wow!

Julie said...

WOWOWOW!!! A woman after YOUR own heart! :)

Holly said...

Thank you for spreading the news!
Amy has such a beautiful heart and I am so thrilled to hear that people are reaching out to bless her family as they reach out to bless some more amazing kiddos!
Love,
Holly

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