Sunday, October 17, 2010

From 4 kids to 5 kids to 6 kids

Beau here. Will keep this short. A couple weeks ago we got certified as foster parents. On Wednesday, October 6, a new born girl named "L" was placed with us for foster care. On Thursday, October 7, we got a call asking if we would consider adopting (not fostering) a baby girl who was not born yet, but due on that day. We said yes. Michelle was born on Sunday, October 10, and she came home from the hospital with us last Tuesday, October 12. So we went from 4 to 5 to 6 kids in less than one week's time. We are praying for baby L's family and hope a person in her family will be qualified to foster her in the near-term. If not, we will count it a blessing to continue having her in our family as long as the Lord wills. More later.

And yes, we went out this week and bought a Chevy Express large passenger van. I think it is cool. Nat is not there yet... :)



Chrys and Mike said...

So thrilled for your precious family. We will continue to pray for you during this time of transition and cannot wait to meet these sweet baby girls.


John and Kathy said...

So excited for you guys! Wow, what a blessing! Can't wait to meet them!

Robin said... guys amaze me!!!! (...I agree with Natalie...I'm not there on the passenger van either!)

Jen said...

Congratulations! Praying during your transition!!

Jen - You probably don't remember me, but I was volunteering in Ethiopia when you picked up your little ones and we ate lunch together at Top View.

love said...

i came to see about you here after jason kovacs mentioned us both in a tweet. this post made me smile so big. this is awesome. made you feel God's grace & favor as you answer His call!
[we're switching to a large passenger van soon, too & i'm not quite there yet either.] =)

Jen said...

Love this! Just when we think we have everything figured out... I tell the kids, "We plan and God laughs." Congratulations on everything

Amber said...

We are considering foster to adopt.

Blessings on the Fournet Family. Many.

Lori S said...

I love this!! We became intrigued with foster care on our trip to DC. Hope to join you soon!! :)