Friday, September 28, 2007

Okinawa Adoption Support Group

Adoptive parents open hearts, homes
CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa (September 28, 2007) -- On Sunday afternoon, four families met at Dan and Nicole Kobs' house. For the adults, it was a time for friendly conversation. For the children, it was a time for play and fun. The children headed straight for the cookies sitting on the table while the parents sat down for what the kids called "boring talk."

This might seem typical in most American homes on a Sunday afternoon, but at the Kobs', things are a little unique.

These four families include adopted children from China, Vietnam and Kazakhstan, and the parents are members of the Okinawa Adoption Support Group. This unique situation tends to create unique conversations.


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