This book is excellent for those either thinking of adoption or just those that want to learn more about the process. What I love about this book is that it is brutally honest. Seeing the "Focus on the Family" logo posted on the book, one would think this book would just be some sugarcoated tale of fairy-tale adoption to make other Christians want to adopt children...because that's what "good" Christians are supposed to do. However, this book has no such forceful demeanor and does not embellish details to make adoption seem like some Hollywood movie. Kelly narrates the story as she shares the struggles of adopting. She discusses financial issues, as well as coping with the side-effects present in children whose parents were abusive (either physically, emotionally, mentally, or just in the sense that they took drugs before, during, or after pregnancy). Sprinkled throughout the book, Kelly mentions how this is what God wanted her family to do. She says that she knows adoption is not for everyone but that everyone should support adopting families without judging them. I could go on and on about this book. The writing flows very well, and it is a clear picture of the struggles of adoption. What makes this book different is that the author is a lobbyist. With her knowledge of law, she clearly discusses issues of adoption that other families may not have been able to convey. Great book. There is even an insert with family photos in the middle of the book.