Mindy’s Texas-based agency was happy to add us to their list of clients after we had read and agreed to the terms of their contract. A line in the document said something about them hiring another agency to do the training and home studies, whatever that meant. The biggest worry was the estimated cost of this adoption. I wasn’t going to let Amy think I was concerned. She was willing to be patient with thinking “I told you so” (though of course my wife would never say such a thing). The financial topic was left un-discussed. That wasn’t a brilliant move on my end because once we signed the contract we were on the hook to the tune of thirty grand whether we could afford it or not.
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