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We brought him home from the hospital and 4 days later got the call that family had been found and he was leaving in 4 hours. We had no idea of the roller coaster we were getting on with this little dude. Again, I have never felt so much joy and sadness at the same time. We’ve told him about his biological parents (Paul and Crystal) and try to keep them updated on him. We decided we only wanted a single baby, no older siblings, because you know, older kids are so much harder.After 2 years of ups and downs with his case, and the case looking like reunification was going to happen, this Little Dude’s parents asked us out of the blue if we would adopt him. This last Sunday, I was delighted to see him light up at the mention of the story about Paul and Silas. So we told our agency we only wanted a single baby; no siblings this time. Gene’s pastor of almost 10 years, his wife (the piano player for the church), and six children (they now have 10 kids) moved to Texas. She started talking about a classmate that she wanted to pray for because he had a very hard home life. They left in August 2012 to join their sisters and be adopted by their Aunt.
We got the call the next day about a 4 month old and her 4 year old sister.Visit us online to read blogs on a variety of issues that are related to adoption, foster care and parenting. God started talking to my heart around Christmas 2012 and we decided maybe we needed to foster again. We were certified and signed our contract June 19, 2013.Serving the communities of Oklahoma City, Tulsa and all other areas in the state of Oklahoma. We had prayed for months for the baby that would need us.We got the call the next day about a 7 month old little girl. We had her 2 weeks and she went to live with an Aunt that eventually adopted her. We live in a broken world and sadly this is a cycle for many families. I don’t think at the beginning I truly understood what that meant. It is hard to love these people that don’t seem to be able to get their lives together enough to get their kids back. I look at these parents not as drug addicts but people who are lost and struggling and have no support, no hope.
People always say, “Oh I could never foster, you just get too attached and I could never give them back.” Yes, it is very hard when these babies that you love as your own leave. This is what I think we as a Church are called to be; the hope (or representation of Hope) to these lost and hurting people.He spent 47 days in the NICU; the longest any of the nurses working there had ever heard of for an NAS baby.