Wednesday, June 12, 2013

BIG news!

Within the next few weeks we will be bringing home our 2yr old son and 3yr old daughter! 

Thanks to all of you for being prayer warriors with us during this journey. We will continue to covet your prayers as we begin to transition our babies into our family. Thanks for all your prayers, love and support. And thank you in advance for loving us as we cocoon with our babies over the next few months. 

Much love,
The Bromleys

Monday, February 25, 2013


A little springtime lovin' for ya...

Saturday, February 23, 2013

A little...

... Chocolate and earl grey does a body good. Yes indeedy!

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

A bit of gratitude

This week has been heavy so far so I'm thinking that it would be good for my soul to ponder the goodness of the The Father in my life. Just a bit of gratitude...

Thank you, good Father for...

-A delicious breakfast with yummy golden yellow eggs yolks. Thankful that God lets me have taste buds to delight in flavours.
- Godly grief that leads to repentance. It's messy and painful. And it makes me oh so thankful for Jesus dieing on the cross in my place. Thank you Jesus.
- Phone chats of home, cooking, and Jesus with my Grandma who lives in Oregon. What a gift from the Father to have a friendship with my grandma. What a gift from the Father to have a grandma who loves Jesus.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

A bit of new-ish news...

Yes. I'm still alive.
We have had a small bit of new news with our adoption journey so I thought I'd take a quick moment to share.

The Uganda program at our agency is taking a bit longer to get going than they had originally thought. Because of that we have decided to stay with the Uganda program but also to start pursuing fos-adopt, and birth relinquishment simultaneously. Whichever program refers a baby/ies to us first, then the other two programs will become void at that point.

Did you notice that I said baby/ies? When we started pursuing our Ugandan adoption we said that we were willing to take twins. However, twins are not very commonly up for adoption in Uganda. With fos-adopt you have a higher chance of getting a younger baby if you are willing to take siblings (ex: a 1 year old baby and 3 year old sibling). So... We are willing! We are willing to accept whomever and however many God will give us!

Anyway, that's my short update. Will you please continue to pray for us as we continue this crazy journey of bringing our baby/ies home?