I recently finished reading an interesting new book, Home is a Roof Over a Pig, by Aminta Arrington. She's also a blogger, a teacher, and an adoptive parent of a girl from China.
Instead of raising her youngest child through a "normal American life", however, she and her husband and their other two school-age siblings moved to China not long after the adoption. It's an interesting twist on addressing the desire by adoptive parents to not let a child's birth culture slip away, and pretty gutsy. The book is a fascinating read - I've posted a full review at weninchina.com - and do recommend it especially for other families who are in the China adoption track.
Will we eventually move overseas? Wynn's in a great school, and is getting lots of Chinese acculturation there. (She doesn't even notice anymore when we're around Chinese families speaking Mandarin in places like IKEA ... it's completely normal to her. Also, this happens a lot more now that we're living in the city...) But, Yinghua only goes to 8th grade. And Ann and I may want to do new things with our careers, too. (And jinkies, we just moved into this new house!) So, not today and not for a while. But it may happen, and this book gives us some insights into what that kind of transition might look like.