About Celeste

Celeste grew up on a family beef cattle and show pig farm in Western Kentucky. In addition to farming and life as a restaurant wife, Celeste owns Celeste Communications where she works as a photographer, graphic designer, videographer and consultant. This blog is Celeste's personal soapbox. Any ranting or raving is her own and does not reflect the opinions of any of her clients. All photos and posts are copyrighted property of Celeste Communications.

What to expect when our adopted children come home

While we wait for the message that says its time to come HOME, we’ve been getting lots of questions about our plans for when the kids arrive.
I typed out a couple of texts and then realized that this was better suited for a whole blog post. Even if you may not know us offline, this might help you to better love another adoptive family when they are in this same season.

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The next big step…

Since we “passed court” in February, we’ve been waiting on all of the kids’ documents to be translated into English so that we could file them with their i600 form from the US government. This is our biggest step on the U.S. immigration side of things and the one we expect to take the longest.

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Guest post: Our 4th annual #RareActsOfKindness for Rare Disease Day

My sister Anna was born with a very rare genetic disorder called Alagille Syndrome (ALGS). There are only about 8,000 cases of ALGS in the United States and only a couple of hospitals that treat it. For the past four years, Anna has … Continue reading

We are adopting!

As the pages of the adoption application slid through the scanner, I felt that heaviness lifting and being replaced with peace. We had spent a full week agonizing over what God was calling us to do because it seemed so crazy, so illogical. But in that moment, we both felt such confidence in answering His call. Most of all, we were overwhelmed with the love we have for those two precious faces we knew only through photos.

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