Everything in Its Own Time

Everything in Its Own Time : A Mother's Memoir about Adopting Five Children, and the Ones That Got Away

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Families don't just happen - they are made. And this is nowhere more evident than in the adoptive family. Adoption can be a joyous, frustrating, uplifting, disheartening, frightening and exhilarating experience. here, one adoptive mother tells the story of how she and her husband, and friends, form there beautiful family. Everything in its own time speaks to those who long for children but do not have them, for whatever reason, and reminds us all that, no matter how we strive, everything happens in its own time.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 354 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 20.32mm | 603.27g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508551693
  • 9781508551690

About Rebecca Patton Falco

Rebecca Patton Falco has degrees from Duke and Emory Universities in psychology, history, theology, and law. She has worn many professional hats, including: branch director of an adoption agency specializing in open adoption, litigation associate at a large corporate law firm, coordinator of sexual assault support services at the Duke University Women's Center, a high school social studies teacher, and a youth minister. A lifelong Atlantan, Rebecca is an author, attorney, athlete, adoption advocate and activist for causes involving women, children and issues of equality. She's a wife to John Falco and mom to Emily, K.J., Skye, Journey and Becton Falco. Rebecca may be contacted at http: //www.rebeccafalco.com and rpfalco@mac.comshow more