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Tammy Bolden said on January 20, 2013
I know that is probably to late to register and try and win the prize to meet JimBob Michelle Dugger. But, that you be so awesome.
I truly admire this family. My husband and I can’t conceive our on child. We are truly heart-broken. We want to adopted but we aren’t
Able even to do this because of finances. But we want to be parents so much.
Sincerely in Jesus Christ,
Tammy K. Bolden
Susan said on January 22, 2013
My heart goes out to you! Please consider adopting waiting children in your state or thru out the US. These are children in foster care who are cleared to be adopted and want a forever family as much as you do! I’ve heard a motto for fostering in VA: you don’t have to be perfect to be a perfect parent!
I’m pretty sure you don’t pay to adopt Waiting Children, instead the state gives you grainy and legal services, etc. I have 2 beautiful children through adoption, one through foster care, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Praying for your journey!
Carol Ann Smallman said on February 26, 2013
Susan is so right. My hubby and I have never physically conceived and when the time came God granted us with our wonderful adopted daughter. The moment I found out about her she was conceived in my heart. God provided finances in ways we never would have guessed. SHe is 9 yo now and since then we have also adopted our wonderful little 4 yo son through foster care. There was no cost for adopting through foster care. There are many children who need a loving home. I encourage you to take this route as they are waiting for someone like you. Blessings to you.
Dolores said on March 6, 2013
Like Tammy said you can usually adopt for little to no cost through foster care but it happens in God’s time, not ours… that’s the hard part. The good part is if you do it in God’s time you will have a much better relationship and the child will be a perfect match for you and you’d be helping a child in need. The children come first, the children have the needs, foster care is there to help children, not feed our needs… That’s the only thing with adoption and foster care to keep in mind when adopting.
Jordan Schriver said on May 7, 2013
We are having a foster care rally in Arlington, VA at Cherrydale Baptist Church if you are interested. It is called Change Who Waits, we will have 13 VA agencies there…it is on May 11th from 9:45-12PM at 3910 Lorcom Lane, Arlington VA. PLease register, the event is free!!
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