on a freezing day in early december, i met with 23 families at a local park to shoot birmingham’s first annual “faces of adoption” calendar. after hours of tireless work by my dear friend and the project’s coordinator, kerry cobb, i’m ecstatic to announce that the calendar is completed and in production!! last night i got my hands on an early copy, and WOW! i’m so proud to have been a part of this project, and i would love for you to support both the amazing work of lifeline children’s services and the cobbs’ own international adoption by purchasing a 2012 calendar (or several for that matter – they’d make great gifts!)

i truly can’t think of a better way to spend $20 today.


the calendar measures 10×14 inches closed and opens to hang at 10×28 inches. each month has a large notes section that allows you to jot down birthdays or your weekly grocery list – and of course, each month features precious little ones from eight countries across five continents. i promise you won’t be disappointed!



click HERE to read more about the calendar and please click the “buy it now” link on the right of that page to purchase your own copy of birmingham’s first annual “faces of adoption” calendar.


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2 Responses to birmingham’s first annual “faces of adoption” calendar

  1. Missy C says:

    I received my calendar today and can’t tell you how appreciative I am for what you are doing. I too am an adopted child, not from another country, but know the importance of being and feeling you are a child of God and of wonderful Christian parents. Your stories touch my heart and warm my soul to know these children are being raised in wonderful loving families and Mothers are learning to care for their children, what an awesome experience that must have been. Please continue your beautiful work and your love for God and children. What a testimony this is!

  2. […] i gently put the camera away to answer my phone. i was shooting for birmingham’s first annual faces of adoption calendar, and everything was abuzz with excitement over the 20+ families that had gathered from around the […]

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