Many thanks to Daniel Lerch of the Post Carbon Institute for sending the following article.
Life in the Chadneys’ North Portland home is organized chaos — just the way they like it.
Three kids, three dogs, two guinea pigs and two lizards. Plus one more daughter on the way.
It won’t be a baby, though. The family is adopting an 11-year-old girl from China, making it their third adopted member of the family — sixth if you count dogs. After having one biological child and deciding to stop there, the couple was moved to adopt — again and again and again — after hearing about the needs of children in Oregon foster care and Chinese orphanages.
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