Living in Ghana

Life is settling down a bit so I’m finally adding some video from my Ghana trip. A lot of people want to know what the foster home is like. This is a video of it! This is the main foster home in Kwahu. At the time, there were roughly 10 children living there with the foster mom and a few other women who help with the children.

Don’t be fooled by the little guy’s scowl as I walked in. He was such a cutie and one of the giggliest of the group! It almost killed me to leave him there. When I got home I half-attempted to get Chris to let me adopt him and his little sister along with Coen. We decided 3 would be a bit too many to add all at once. I’ve been told that he and his little sister have since been referred to a family in the U.S.



  1. Awesome!!! Heather, if you had any photos of the home, or anything else you'd like to share with Kofi families, I would be so appreciative if you could write me at We're working with two families who are adopting through Kofi and the foster home is the least known part for them right now! Blessings!

  2. It is so hard to only bring ONE home isn't it?! I've tried that two at once with Paul and he wasn't for it either :p Your videos really make me appreciate what they DO have in Bulgaria! Why is it that the poor and innocent must always suffer?! Good thing God always has them in His heart.

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