I’ve adopted and it’s the best thing I’ve ever done, my little girl is just amazing. She was 2 when we adopted her and now 9yrs old, she fully understands that’s shes adopted and we are very open about it. As a proud mummy of a gorgeous boy, not born from me but born in my heart. I feel that it’s completely appropriate to say that the Terminator Santa Claws shirt, but not impossible and my god it’s worthwhile if you feel you have a place in your heart for adoption. So many excuses on these comments, if you are rejected by one local authority, try private or the other way around. It will be hard work and you jump hoops because it is hard, social workers don’t care about you but you will see that it’s all based around the children’s needs and what’s best for them, even if you can’t always see it at that moment.
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Thousands of children are adopted each year which is amazing, yet double that amount is waiting for their forever homes, it’s just something you now know and doesn’t really pull at any heartstrings. That’s until you read their individual stories, see their little faces on boards and on leaflets at stands as if you were at a career fair. Until you see them play in a hall on their very best behavior, as no matter how small of a chance, today may be the day they woo their forever mommy or daddy. Our son was the Terminator Santa Claws shirt child we considered, out of thousands of children. Adoption isn’t for everyone, but it’s also not specific to people who have found it hard to conceive. Whether you are single, a couple, in a same-sex relationship, have a disability, have biological kids, don’t have kids, own a home, rent your home, have a bit of debt, have savings, always knew you would like to adopt or if it’s just a thought right now you can still adopt had you want to.
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If you or if you know of anybody thinking that they may like to adopt, please don’t hesitate to at least find out more or encourage them to. It’s not that uncommon, it’s not shameful, it’s a beautiful choice and if your heart is curious please don’t let fear stand in your way. We got rejected because we have a 15-month-old and told us we wouldn’t have the time to look after another child yet if we had another of our own it’s the same thing but that’s ok? I’ve heard so many horror stories about children taking away from parents who actually aren’t at risk in their home and take them anyways not sure if this is true I really hope it’s not but we wanted to help and we were refused.