I wrote this post a few days ago and finally made it public.  I also wrote this post two weeks ago. You can also see our timeline starting from November 2015. These previous posts kind of explain where things have been the last few months.

We made the decision to move forward. I’m so honored, privileged, and excited to share with the world that we have committed to a beautiful little girl in Eastern Europe. It became what feels more official late yesterday when our Reece’s Rainbow Family Sponsorship page was put back up. Our commitment paperwork has been submitted, our homestudy is being updated, and the countdown to get the dossier for her submitted is on! Any changes, updates, or other news I will share here. You can like my blog facebook page (search: Our Nonfiction Fairytale) and join the adoption advocacy/fundraising group We Love (search: We Love Well) *** to make keeping up with us even easier.


     Little Miss has beautiful brown hair and the sweetest grin. I mean, look at her! She’s perfect. She’s only 2 and she has Down Syndrome. We hope getting her into the therapies and other services she needs ASAP will be of great benefit for her in the long run!  We do expect the process to take 12-18 months. We are looking forward to a lifetime of loving her and advocating for her! We hope you’ll stick with us and do the same because she is so, so worth it! (ALL children are, in fact.)

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Siebold Adoption Support on GoFundMe

Siebold Adoption Support on Reece’s Rainbow

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2 Discussion to this post

  1. Rachel says:

    I’m so happy that Roxy is getting a family! She is so like my son Jordan in mannerisms. Congratulations! Welcome to a process that, God-willing, is only a bumpy ride instead of the heart-stopping roller-coaster you just were on. I am confident that as painful as it was, God will use your first, failed adoption process in an equally amazing way. If you’re lucky, you’ll even get to know about it. I messaged you on facebook just now also. <3

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