β€˜You are not their only parent. You co-parent with addicts, who have harmed, forgotten and neglected these kiddos. I have had children years before learning their middle names.β€™πŸ’—πŸ‘ͺπŸ’—

β€œThere are over 420,000 kids in the United States who are in foster care, that number is overwhelming and unacceptable to me. These kids find themselves sleeping in a stranger’s home, in a facility and living out their days with little stability and lots of trauma. The need is great. Why so great? Because so... Continue Reading →

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β€˜I told him a package arrived from Qatar’: Mom reunites 8-year-old with soldier dad for birthday πŸ˜‚πŸ˜–πŸ˜”

β€œRonin is 8-years-old and this is the 3rd deployment his dad, Senior Master Sergeant Mark Coffelt, has been deployed in 4 years. Ronin has a hard time when his dad has to deploy as his dad is his hero. Every time Mark deploys he does make sure to send him a package every month so... Continue Reading →

After Michael came to us, we agreed to a sibling visit. The second he caught a glimpse of his brother from across the playground, he ran with all his might, and jumped into his arms.’ πŸ‘ͺπŸ‘£πŸ’•

β€œI was 19 when I met my husband, Stuart. About 15 minutes into our first date he asked me what I wanted to do with my life- What was my dream career? Did I want kids? Where did I want to travel? I told him that I didn’t really know what I wanted to do-... Continue Reading →

Thrilled toddler yells β€˜Dad!’ after adoption decree is announced πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ’”

β€œIn 2010, my husband, Tyler, signed with the 101st Airborne division of the United States Army. Twenty days after basic training he was sent on his first deployment to Afghanistan. His unit would go to set records and receive many awards including the Presidential Unit Citation from the president. He was fortunate enough to make... Continue Reading →

Organization creates exciting series of photos to encourage adoption of children πŸ’•πŸ’—πŸ’—

Every day 1,200 children are placed in foster care in the United States, according to Together We Rise, an institution that helps orphanages and adoption centers. To lessen this alarming number and secure a family for these children, the organization made a series of exciting photos to encourage adoption. Two years ago they posted images... Continue Reading →

β€˜He asked if my life was harder with him as my son’: Mom’s emotional adoption journey as β€˜love changes lifeβ€™πŸ˜’πŸ˜πŸ‘ͺ

β€œJustin and I met as kids and got married young while we were in college. We knew we wanted to start our family through adoption, specifically older adoption. I was so worried about beginning the adoption process. What if it isn’t the right time? What if we can’t afford it? What if I get my... Continue Reading →

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