This site started as a blog when our daughter Wren passed away in a rural Congolese orphanage. Seventy-five percent of her orphanage passed away. She was 1 year old. […]
I have been silent about our adoption and Congo for a very long time. Heart break and fear were to blame. I was tired of all my blog posts being […]
I want to introduce you all to a dear friend of mine. Meet Sister Germaine Muese! She is the women who cares for the children at CAJAC. To anyone who […]
Wren’s-Song is selling Christmas cards. These are drawn by the children at Center Emanuelle and feature the nativity scene or the 3 wise men. I love that one card even […]
Had a great day raising money for orphans in Congo today. If you want to contribute, click on the GoFundMe link on the top right of every page. Thanks!!
I have been working for days with little to no sleep……..literally. What started out as a call for help from an agency who lost many children has turned into so […]
Douglas resident Sarah Witbrod holds on to a sleeping baby boy named Daniel in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Sarah was due to adopt Daniel in 2011, but […]
Adoption is a beautiful thing for the children who are lucky enough to be chosen. In a country with 5 million orphans there are many who are left behind. Children […]
I have been traveling all day. Quiet and contemplative. I pride myself on my transparency and that’s just what I intend to be…transparent. I have had a feeling of uncertainty […]
Click for a short video of the children from the various orphanages I’ve helped as well as some pictures of my own children who we’ve lost.