I am experiencing very similar negativity from my Husbands family members.
Our niece was taken from her parents at 3 days of age and placed in Foster care. My Husband and I volunteered to take the little Angel into our home and care for her until her parents satisfied the courts, to obtain custody of her.
After our application and other requirements were approved ...we received Her with open arms, hearts, necessities, the whole Loving works.
*******Needless to say from the very beginning of the process, my Husbands family took their stance.... leave it alone, let her stay in Foster care.
Well we now see why they were so adamant about leaving her..... the parents failed miserably......
WE ARE NOW IN THE FINAL STAGES OF ADOPTION....
We as Adoptive parents have to keep in mind the betterment of/for the child. In different family dynamics that can mean many different things. If you would like to discuss further..... Let's uplift one another through email....Exhaild67@aol.comView Thread
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