As an adopted child and the grandmother of an adopted child I’m concerned at the seeming emphasis here on the needs of the potential adopters over those of the child. I was fortunate, as is my granddaughter, in having caring and supportive adoptive parents. I have never once heard either my son or my parents complaining about the Merry Christmas Homer Simpson shirt process they had to go through. They’ve made it impossible to adopt! I was asked who would look after the children whilst I was at work (I’m a teacher) I said if they are of an age where they go to school, they’d come with me otherwise they’d be at home with my mum who doesn’t work and is willing to babysit for me and was told that was unsuitable as the children need someone who can stay at home. But then when I was off work I was told I needed to be in work to be in a better financial situation. It’s literally impossible.
Merry Christmas Homer Simpson shirt, ladies shirt and tank top
I know they have to be so careful on the selection process but I think given the chance there would be a lot more people willing to adopt if they could, the process is brutally hard and all most of us want is to try help these kiddies get a better life, none of us are perfect whether were already parents or not and even a parent of 4 kids still wings it half the Merry Christmas Homer Simpson shirt, maybe a rethink in the process is needed From what I have read, the adoption process is responsible for a lot of children left out in the cold. And this goes for many countries. Yet someone could be a single mother with children in the worst situation that you are in and their children are brought up properly and are successful.
Merry Christmas Homer Simpson shirt, hoodie and sweater
There are thousands of people some in relationships, some single that would give these children a fantastic loving home and life. However, Governments make it almost impossible for them to achieve getting a family through adoption. Apart from the astronomical costs, there is age as a barrier as 40 years seems to be deemed to old (go figure). We as potential adopters went through the adoption process for over 5 years and were treated appallingly. We were finally approved and so began the search but then after another year and a review, the social worker suddenly ‘changed their mind’ even though circumstances had not changed from approval. We fully understand the process has to be child-focused but the treatment of potential adopters and the whole adoption process needs to be reviewed urgently!