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Priscilla - 9 months ago
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My husband and I are adoptive parents of three children. It has been a challenging journey for the last 7 years, but it is so rewarding to see the growth and change in them. They are now 8, 10, and 12. Those daily hugs can't be beat. It has been a joy and I encourage other parents to adopt children who need a loving family. You will not regret your contribution in their lives. #1
Jennifer Williams - 11 months ago
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First I just want to start off by simply saying, I want to adopt. As a teen my baby sitting job was the best job I could ever dream of. When I started having children of my own, the love and joy I experienced was indescribable. My children are growing up. I have one in college and another making plans for college. They are mine and we all love each other, but lately I kept feeling like something was missing. My husband and I talked about having another child. We’ve tried, not everything but to avail nothing. So one night we were talking and I was overcome with joy when he suggested that we look into adopting. He said that he understood that I was a natural nurture and he knew that this would make me happy. Now I don’t want this to seem like this is really going to happen, we are being realistic. We understand that this process might be long and difficult, but we are willing to try. If the Lord wants it, so it shall be. #2
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