My husband and I have always wanted to have multiple children (he says 3 and I say 4). Our family will be built through adoption.
That said- for those of you that have adopted once, or are just thinking of adopting more then once, when did you go back on the list?
Right now we're 20 months into our first adoption process (4 months paperwork/home study and 16 months approved and waiting). While I know the timeline can vary greatly for each adoption journey, we've been taking a lot of criticism for saying we'll be starting another adoption journey right after we finalize our first adoption. They say finalization is around 7-8 months... so if you added 20 months to that (or heck I'll even do 12 months) our children could be 20 months to 28 months apart. How is that so different then biological children close in age? Irish twins are only a year apart.
Thoughts, Input, Experience?
TTC since June 20105 Angels