Friday, February 19, 2016

Armenian woman writes book on foster adoption "My Forever Valentine"

Bravo to Erica Garabedian!!!

Friday, February 12, 2016 07:44PM FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- What began as a search for a book has turned into a very personal project for a Fresno mother, one that countless other families could benefit from for years to come. Erica Garabedian says she and her husband couldn't find any children's books about foster adoption to read to their own adopted son so she wrote one herself. She's the author of My Forever Valentine, the story of a young boy who asks his father about being adopted. "A lot of them that are out there just seem to be more about international adoption there wasn't a whole lot about foster adoption so for us, just writing one for my son seemed appropriate," Garabedian said. Erica says initially she wrote the book just for her son. But after reading it, her husband encouraged her to get the book published.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Armenian Orphans have rights - Armenian Orphans to receive assistance for establishing business

Armenian Orphans have a future IN ARMENIA, they will not be sold to live overseas but to stay in their motherland.  Bravo, no more money for silly toys, candy, etc., money to improve their education investing in businesses, schools, books, libraries.  NO MORE ORPHANS. 

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Armenian Adoption, helping those in Gyumri so orphanages are not necessary


Then it was necessary today its not, that is why barely 8 kids are adopted out of Armenia 
Savior Complex, save a child in Armenia for $28,000
Meanwhile American fostercare is loaded with downsyndrome babies

Fewer than 9 children a year are adopted from Armenia to America and 90% have down syndrome

A special actor couldn't make an event because of medical issue