Back in April we were able to take Corbin to court and finalize his adoption. There is a supervisory period for six months after a child is placed in your home in which the agency has custody and they make sure you are bonding with the baby and everything is going as it should. It's an exciting day and one we look forward to.
As we were walking into court our lawyer realized we were missing a document from Idaho where Corbin was born. Our caseworker moved and we got a new one during supervisory so somehow no one noticed it was missing. We were able to go through the all the motions of finalizing, but his adoption didn't become "official" until a day or two later when the judge finally received the missing paper and signed off on it.
It was hard to celebrate like we had planned because the adoption was put on hold. We were a little worried we'd have to change the date of the temple sealing, but luckily everything went through in time. It was just a little glitch.
|With our cute judge.|
|We love our lawyer. He has also adopted two kids.|
|Our kids were so over it by the time we were done.|
|Gregg's sister was able to be with us in the court room. It was nice to have her there. So funny that Corbin wouldn't smile for anything.|