Saint Mary’s Families | Poland Adoption Blog 

This Poland adoption blog belongs another almost local “St. Mary’s” adoptive family who is in South Carolina.  Our agency is located in Charlotte, North Carolina, so we consider our St. Mary’s adoptive families in out tri-state area as local since most of our families are scattered all across our beautiful nation. So, this “local” family adopted their handsome son from Poland.

As they were advancing through the international adoption process, they put together this Poland adoption blog to remember their journey.  Although their blog wasn’t exactly completed, you can still read about all of the emotions leading up only to their second and final adoption trip to Poland.

During the second trip, the adoptive parents will begin by bonding with their son.  The end of the bonding period ends with a court date.  During this court date, a Polish judge will review the entire case one more time and rule on it.  This family was approved and by the Polish judge and they were allowed to go home a family of 4!  All the work in terms of paperwork preparation all leads to this day!  A day that ends with a court hering that pronounces a final adoption!  With international adoption, once a final court decree is issued, the adoption cannot be disrupted any longer!  It is final! 

Their last entry is dated Sunday, August 5th, 2012, and that was I would assume a few days before the first time they knew their family would grow up by one!  To check out their story, please read their Poland adoption blog shared below:

To God be the glory for each child adopted and each family crated!


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