We tend to think if the road is hard, we are on the wrong road. With adoption, the opposite is usually true: The road is hard because we are doing it right.
The child welfare system is broken. It’s a travesty. And we can’t help but want to be part of it. Here’s why you should consider being a foster parent.
Thelma Kennedy, a 78-year-old Alabama woman, had a hard life. But that didn’t stop her from pouring herself into her six kids and more than 20 foster children — and everyone else she met.
More than 400,000 children were in foster care in the United States in 2016. Each and every one was forcibly separated from a parent or parents.
If you, like me, believe in the right to life, then that belief must apply after these children are born, not just when they are in the womb. Become a foster parent.
‘Finding Dory’ may cause pain to foster or adoptive kids, but everyone else will have a ball.
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