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Family Stories About Adoption and Foster Care
Janet Kerin got more than she expected when she adopted three brothers: “People think that by adopting, you are helping the children. But it goes both ways. Having the boys has made me a better person.”
Love and a sense of mission have compelled Jorge and Lisa Alvarez to open their home – and their hearts – to more than 100 foster children, many with significant medical needs.
Kinship care and adoption have given Deb and Jill's biological child more siblings than they ever planned on, as their family has happily and unexpectedly grown to six.
Traci Lewis adopted her daughters as a single mother, part of what some social workers see as a growing trend in adoption from foster care.
The Walton family recently celebrated the anniversary of their adoption of three Alaska Native children.
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