Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Going Private

I've been thinking about my blog lately, and have decided to make some changes. Once the kids come home next week, it seems pointless to continue on with the name "Bringing Borya Home". I will instead turn the blog into more of a journal of sorts, where I get to ramble on ad nauseum about my life and my family. When its focus was on the adoption journey, it was my desire to keep it public, so that others could learn (or be forewarned, or point and laugh) about the whole process. However, now that it will be less about adoption and more about my family, I have decided to go private.

Ergo and therefore, if you would like an invitation to continue following my blog, please e-mail me or write in the comments section and I will be sure to include you on the list. Unfortunately, it will mean an extra step of logging in when you want to check us out, but for reasons of cyber-safety for my family, I feel it's a step I need to take. And for those of you out there who are not too techno-savvy, don't get all scared about logging in. It's just a matter of typing in your username and password. No fingerprints, no retinal scans, no DNA matching.

The kids arrive 1/9. Still can't believe we'll all be under one roof next week! My post about their arrival will probably be the last under the old public blog. So if you want to come check out the "new and improved" one, be sure to let me know between now and then.

15 comments:

julieinmaine said...

sign me up! :)

Jill (& Bob) said...

I'd love to follow along...we are/were AA clients. We went on hold with our Kaz adoption in November after we got the domestic adoption surprise of our lives. We still are thinking long and hard about a Kaz baby (really, our hearts are still there). Would love to follow your adventures with your WHOLE family together!

jilljbrant@yahoo.com

Becki Stone said...

sign me up too! If you would like an invite to my blog let me know (we are adopting from Kaz too)
I can't wait till your family is all under one roof! I thought it was totally sweet you sent gifts with Lori (I read her blog too) that melted my heart.

beckistone@ncwcom.com

Lori Printy said...

I'm thinking "That crazy lady with six kids" might be a good title.

Would of course love to have an invite. Lori

pearly1979 said...
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Diana and Bob said...

We are in Ust now with Ark. Please include us. chirodoc@frontiernet.net

Mary Birdsong said...

yes, please. sign me up!

Lou Ann said...

I'd love to continue hearing how your amazing family is doing so please add me to your list.

Happy New Year.
Lou Ann
louannquast@yahoo.com

alphamama said...

Just a few more days...they'll be home soon! It's been a long journey for both of us...but on the day our kids walk through the door, it will all be worth it...

Dee

Kim Brannigan said...

Hey Anne!
Keiva and I have been following along, and we are so happy for you! We would love to keep up with your story. Happy New Year, and tell Bonnie we say hi!

Babs said...

I'd love to continue following along with your family. I have enjoyed being a small part it. I have laughed, smiled, cried and prayed with you. I am so excited for you and the family. Please add me to your list. May God continue to bless you all.
Babs
Hvnsentbabs@aol.com

Lisa and Thal said...

I would love to continue following your adventures. God Bless!

Brad and Stacy said...

I would love to follow!
Stacy
bssegebarth@aol.com
www.godslittlegifts.blogspot.com

qmiller said...

Hi! Would love to read of your coming together as a family on this side of the world! Although my daughter's adoption was completed 4 years ago...I still love to read about Kaz kids and their new lives.
Best wishes on getting them home safely!
Quaintance
qmiller@umich.edu

Michele said...

I would love to follow your new blog. In fact I think I just added it to my blog to follow it, hope that's okay.

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