Beloved Adoption Law, PLLC

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An Oklahoma-based adoption law firm.

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Praying on this dreary afternoon over some dear clients whose patience is being tried and trust being tested. 泗条沛シ May we all find comfort that our God is a God who works for the GOOD of those who love Him. 沒
窶廬t窶冱 important to realize that we [foster or] adopt not because we are rescuers. No. We [foster or] adopt because we are rescued.窶 -David Platt
窶彝eligion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.窶 -James 1:27 #missionstatement
Met with a client to finalize a Petition for Adoption. Got some sweet snuggles, too. Do we have the best job ever or what?! #mondaymotivation
SUCH a privilege and delight to hear @chrisclcampbell and his wife窶冱 international adoption story. 汳 If you don窶冲 know Chris Campbell and all he窶冱 doing with @careportal and the Tulsa community, you need to meet him. 
Stories of international adoption always amaze us. We are blown away by God窶冱 sovereignty in uniting these families even when it means crossing oceans. We here at Beloved handle the domestic legal aspects of international adoption. Call us for a free consultation to see if international adoption may be right for you.
A sweet moment during a visitation on Friday is our #mondaymotivation 汳 Did you know we handle guardianships in addition to adoptions? Give us a call to learn more about whether a guardianship might be the right avenue for you to ensure a child in need has a safe & stable home. (918) 973-2188
窶廬 looked and there are a million things that could go wrong and it would be terrible. But it all would be worth it for the chance that it could go right.窶 汳 This quote from one of our clients on Friday gives us ALL THE FEELS. What is your #mondaymotivation?
First Petition For Adoption of 2018 ready to be filed! Praying for a year full of helping families who open their hearts and homes to children in need. 笶、ク
A firm divided! Our alma maters square off on Monday. Jordan graduated from UGA and Alex graduated from OU. Who are you rooting for? Comment below! 沛 #rosebowl
GOOD MORNING AND HAPPY THURSDAY!  While Jordan is away (on vacation) ... I will play :) .
Here is a fun little Christmas-themed #throwbackthursday and a *GIVEAWAY* for you!  This is me, Alex, and my brother rocking the denim on denim before it was even a thing (thanks, mom). One of our favorite Christmas traditions was to open a personalized ornament that our parents picked out for us each year.  The first year I was married, my mom gifted me with all of the ornaments she had collected over the years to hang on our new family tree.  I CAN'T EVEN with sentimental holiday traditions 沽ュ They cut right through the materialism and chaos of the season and bring me back to what really matters this time of year. .
SO, in an effort to (1) make me cry; and (2) get ideas from you good people of holiday traditions to adopt as our own, LIKE THIS POST and COMMENT BELOW with your favorite Christmas tradition/memory.  I will select a winner tonight who will receive - but what else - a Christmas ornament from yours truly.  Ready? Go...
In optimal development, a caregiver says "yes" by meeting the needs of a newborn baby. The baby cries, and the caregiver responds to the need, as if to say:
"Yes, I will feed you."
"Yes, I will warm you."
"Yes, I will keep you close and safe." Over time, this warm, consistent care builds healthy attachment between the child and caregiver. But what happens if a child didn't receive this type of care? Even if we weren't there or weren't able to give these yeses in the early days, we can still find creative ways to meet the deep needs of the children in our care throughout childhood and adolescence:
"Yes, I will put down my phone and give you my undivided attention."
"Yes, I will see your behavior is based in fear and find ways to help you feel safe."
"Yes, I will see that you are stuck and help you to problem-solve." With consistency, these interactions can also build healthy attachment between a child and caregiver. It's all about creativity and connection.
We had the best time kicking off this season of Advent at the Wreaths of Love Cornerstone Christmas Gala 笶、ク Iツュtツュ was wonderful to see so many familiar faces & meet new ones too. As we long for the coming Messiah and the day when all things are made new, we especially call to mind the many who long for a child and the many children who are still in desperate need of a safe and stable home. Will you join us in praying for every longing heart this Advent season? Christ is coming and we expectantly await the hope that He brings!