The last 24 hours have been a whirlwind.
Yesterday, I learned about an adoption situation with an attorney here in Florida. I'd already heard good things about him from a few PAPs, so I was interested in reading more about the expectant mother. I don't want to disclose details about the situation, but I will say that our concerns surrounded a medical issue. I immediately began contacting everyone I knew who might be able to help us answer our questions, in addition to researching in medical journals and reading adoption message boards on my own. We decided, after much consideration, that we would present our profile. This also meant that we would be signing with this attorney. We'll still be working with the initial agency we chose, but working with two organizations will simply increase our chances of an expectant mother choosing us. The attorney's office is visiting with the mother on Tuesday, and they'll be showing our profile then.
In the midst of all this, I found out that I do in fact need to have sinus surgery. My ENT said my scans weren't the worst he's ever seen, but they certainly weren't the best. He highly recommended the surgery because he thinks it will be the best long-term solution. I'm having my nose busted open on April 25, just three days after I finish school. It's not fun, but I also agree that it will help me.
There is never a dull moment in our lives. That's for sure.