This just happens to be one of those weeks that has the potential to become a complete disaster. I’m volunteering at the Encores and More North Kids Consignment sale this week. ( http://www.encoresandmorenorth.com/ ) If you are in the Nashville area I would HIGHLY recommend stopping by this weekend. There is some amazing gently used equipment and clothing. I have my eye on a Fisher Price Kitchen for the kids, hopefully I can score it. In addition, I’m studying for the Praxis II, a test for teachers, and so far I’m a little concerned about how much I remember from college. The test is bright and early on Saturday, so let the cramming commence. To top it all off Charlotte started running a fever and is only consoled if I hold her constantly. However, there is a bright spot, a little something to get excited about. We are working with a new agency, All God’s Children. Yay! (Picture little bits of confetti falling to the ground) You can find out more about them at their website on our links page. Our social worker at Catholic Charities suggested them to us and after researching them and speaking with them a few times we felt really peaceful and comfortable working with them. AGCI does have an age policy regarding our biological children. We can only receive a referral for a child that is 9 months, or more, younger than our youngest child. Charlotte will most likely be around two (she’s almost one can you believe it??) when we travel to get our son which means he will probably be between the ages of 2 months and about a year old. Interesting. We were originally planning to expand our age category up to three years old. In the long run I think this is going to be a good thing for the dynamics of our family unit. Keeping birth order intact is very important for our children and their identity as older or younger siblings. We wouldn’t want to take away their privilege of being “big” brothers and sisters. Now time for a confession… it took me almost an hour to write this dang post. Charlotte is sleeping restlessly in my arms and has now woken up. Going to call the pediatrician now, I think they are starting to recognize my voice.