One More Makes Seven
Can you imagine adopting seven siblings, ages three through nine?
That’s what one Hamilton County family did. The husband and wife were foster parents for 20 years. They said they felt called to foster children, but had no intention of adopting.
When a sibling set of seven were placed in their home, the couple couldn’t imagine the kids being separated. The couple became attached to the siblings and agreed to adopt them all.
It wasn’t an easy road for the family. Two of the children were adopted in 2010 and four of them in 2012.
Finally, in June, the last sibling became a member of the family.
5-year-old Neveah was all smiles on her adoption day.
Congrats to Neveah, her six siblings, and their new home where they can all grow up together!