By the way, I held back my opinion in the interest of common courtesy, but your daughter's name, the name you changed her birthname name to, is a common stripper name. Next time, you hmmph at my son's name, I'm going to share that info with you.
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Just for future reference, it's rude to make any kind of huffing/snorting sound when people are going around introducing themselves and their children. Obviously, my son's name is new to you and perhaps it's not your favorite. Hence, the "L_____ (repeating his name). Hmmph" response when I introduced him. Your response should have been, ". . . . . . . . .". Those dots symbolize silence. "Hi" would have been acceptable, too. "Hmmph"---not acceptable.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
L's birthparents parental rights were terminated on Friday. The parents were found to be unavailable rather than unfit. Death does tend to make one pretty much unavailable. Our social worker said that it's usually easier for kids in the long run if their birthparents are not found unfit. We're going to talk more about that at our next appointment.
So L is now officially legally free for adoption. Next step is getting our adoption paper work from L's worker, having it notarized, and submitting it to the court for a finalization date. We're still hoping for June.