Whether you are already home with your child(ren) from Taiwan, waiting for your child(ren) to come home from Taiwan, or awaiting a referral from Taiwan, you're in the right place!!!

TAIWAN R.O.C.ks was a dream in 2010, and a reality in 2011! In 2010, Jules left a comment on Lisa C.'s blog, which Tiffanie responded to, which turned into an e-mail chain with the addition of Lisa R. That e-mail chain was all about a reunion for Taiwan families. Four blogging Mamas who each have a child born in Taiwan turned that circle of comments and e-mails into this. . .TAIWAN R.O.C.ks (Reuniting Our Children for Kinship and Support).

If you missed the first event, be sure not to miss the SECOND ANNUAL TAIWAN R.O.C.ks Event!!! Hope to see you there. Mark your calendars!

July 27th-29th, 2012 in CHICAGO!!

Your Taiwan R.O.C.ks Team,

Lisa C. (Tyler's Mom) - 2012 Team Lead
Jules (Hayden's Mom)

Lisa R. (Paige's Mom)
Tiffanie (Gracyn's Mom)

Monday, June 27, 2011

Don't forget those photos!!! Count down has begun. . .

Congratulations if you've already registered to attend the first-ever TAIWAN ROCks Family Reunion!!! It's not too late to join in the fun.

For those of y'all comin' to TEXAS, don't forget to submit your photos for the slide show to Lisa R., at: leeesar@aol.com

Please submit 4 to 5 photos, please date and label them:
Referral Picture
Gotcha Day Picture
Current Day Picture
Family picture

Can't wait to see all of those Taiwan CUTIES!

1 comment:

  1. Hello All!

    My husband and I are in the process of adopting from Taiwan and I was very happy to find this group!

    On Friday night we received an exciting phone call from our agency telling us that 2 sisters ages 1.5 and 2.5 had been referred to us. They sent us their medical records, a brief description of why they were put up for adoption. It turs out that there was some abuse, with the birth father slapping the older girl when she cried and so the children were taken away. I am going to submit the records to Yale Adoption Pediatric center for review, but I was just wondering if other folks who've already been through this have felt that the records they received for their adoptive children have generally been reliable? Has anyone encountered any big surprises once their children came home?

    Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you!