Please allow me to give some more information, lest I sound like a church jumping fool
I was born, baptized and raised in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). As a young adult, as the result of loosing some friends and nearly being widowed by a tragic accident I went through a phse of rebelling against God (my atheism phase). When I realized that something was missing in my life and that that "something" was God I returned to the Lutheran denomination (since I was so familiar with it from my childhood it held a level of comfort that I needed for those very tentative and uncomfortable early days).
After a couple of years of dealing with the increasing moral relativism in the Lutheran denomination (differing levels in different synods) I began to question where I belonged, where God wanted me. I did a fairly incomplete study based on the erroneous assumption that the Orthodox Church jurisdictions are ethnically exclusive. There is a large Greek population in our area and several Greek Orthodox churches - but we never explored the beliefs of the Orthodox because we're not Greek.
So we started to explore the Roman Catholic Church. It was, while not always a perfect fit, much better than the Protestant denominations. There were things that didn't really make sense and that didn't seem "right" to us (specifically Papal Supremacy and Universal Jurisdiction) but we attributed our "feelings" to our Protestant upbringings accepted the teachings inspite of our reservations. It was not until after we'd been received into the Roman Catholic Church that we were introduced to the Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church.
Of course being introduced to that part of the eastern theology and praxis created questions about Eastern Christianity. It began to seem that nearly every question about the Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church was answered with a reference to Orthodox resources. Which has created a situation in which we are researching the Orthodox Church. This research and reading has once again brought to the forefront the issues we had glossed over during our conversion to the RCC.
I am beginning to realize that if we had done our research with due diligence 6 years ago we probably would never have converted to the RCC. Which puts us in the uncomfortable position of "starting over" and feeling like we look like idiots who are just jumping from one church experience to another.
I didn't mean for this to get so long. Thank you again for the welcome.