Thursday, January 22, 2009

Jordyn and Jailynn Blog

Please read this story of bringing home Jordyn's Mei Mei.

Those of you who help so many people, in the adoption world, at your church, neighborhood and especially family, here's a story that is so wonderful and I don't know how to help.
What is so special about this family you may ask? Their daughter is eight years old (I believe she was 6 years old when adopted) and they have been pursuing adopting her orphanage-friend-sister since then.

You all know better than I how to get the word out and get more traffic to Melanie's blog. You can rally the bloggy community around a worthwhile effort. If you can do that, I believe it would help raise the money needed to bring home this new daughter.
Ivy at Hunan Spice is hoping to help this family.
Update: There is a fund raising auction going on. Check out the great items for sale!

Anyone else have a connection to this family?
Thank you.

6 comments:

Vivian M said...

I hope they can bring her best friend home.
In the meantime, stop by my blog, I left an award for you there!

Meredith Teagarden said...

Thank you for letting us know!

Kristy said...

I am going to look right now!

Love, Kristy

Sophia's Mama and Baba said...

No connection to them personally but we all have the same heart so i feel like I do. Their story moved me to action. I hope others will be too.

Hugs
Susan

Ivy said...

Wow, what a beautiful post for my auction. Thank you for this huge plug to your fan base:))

PS I will be posting the sizes of the tee shirts you liked soon. It's crazy busy here.

Thank you sooooooo very much.

Hugs, mwaaaaaaaaah


Ivy

Melanie said...

I am so humbled by all the love and support from everyone. I just want to post a sincere thank you and I cannot express my gratefullness to everyone. We are making some strides in raising the money and we are still waiting for our travel dates. I believe that God is going to provide for our family and we will have an amazing story for Jailynn. thank you to everyone and please continue to pray for us.