Keep calm and adopt from Georgia foster care!

Adoption: Help these Georgia children find a forever family!

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3 Wonderful Children in Foster Care Need Families

Children available for adoption shouldn’t have to wait for years and years for a family. And what happens to a vulnerable child, totally dependant on caregivers, when he or she ages out of foster care? That happens, you know. A lot. It shouldn’t be this way.

Adoption from foster care is usually FREE!

I’d like to introduce you to 3 great kids here in foster care in Georgia. I have followed Zion and Angel FOR YEARS. YEARS, y’all.  Children in foster care in the US are usually available for adoption in any US state. Adoption from foster care in-state, here in Georgia, is FREE for Georgia residents. There are sometimes some costs associated with adopting across state lines, even from foster care, but as far as I know, those costs for children in state custody usually run around $5000 and are eligible for the Adoption Tax Credit.

An ANGEL in Georgia:

Angel is THE child who started our family on our journey with researching adoption from Georgia foster care. I have watched her grow up in photos since she was 4 years old. She disappeared from the public postings for a while (that can happen for a multitude of reasons) and we thought she had been placed. We updated our home study for domestic and international (in Georgia, home studies are very specific to the type of adoption and are not interchangeable) and moved forward with that, but my heart just broke this week when I learned that, at TEN, she still waits. Pure sweetness.

Everything that is good and beautiful in this world….is wrapped up in this child.

A joy and a blessing for her future family! Am I the only one who sees this? Surely not. Please share and let’s find her a family who sees the blessing that she is!

 

Zion available for adoption in Georgia:

13 year old Zion has been blessed with an obviously wonderful foster family who adores and supports him. Please watch his video and listen to what his beautiful foster mom has to say – he has LEARNED TO SING, guys,  through his trach! He’s smart and amazing!

Musical Roy in Georgia waits for his very own family!

This gifted young man has my heart.  We totally “get” wanting to play music in our family, and there’s just something special about Roy. I believe in him. He’s going places. Watch his video with your eyes, ears, and heart, and I bet you’ll see it, too.

This has been a hard post for me…I feel like I’m sharing my very own children with you guys. But, then, once you are a mother, aren’t they all your very own? Mother’s gonna mother. Thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart,  for reading about these precious babies!

Please share, share, share!!!!!!!!! If you feel called to any of these little ones, please contact your local DFCS office, in person or online, and also check into adoption service providers who work with your state’s DFCS.  If you know you are not the right family, please share! Their families are out there, and YOU could be THE reason their families find them. 

Please contact me at lynn@rockystartfarmchronicles.com with any questions. I might not know the answer, but I’ll try to get you to someone who does. And join my e-mail list for more personal updates! 🙂

A couple of helpful links:

http://itsmyturnnow.dhs.ga.gov/WebForms/MeetChildren.aspx

https://www.adoptuskids.org/meet-the-children/search-for-children/search

Keep calm and adopt from Georgia foster care!
“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.” Mother Teresa

 

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Posted by Lynn Spivey

Lynn Spivey is a veterinarian, Christian homeschool mom, adoption advocate, keeper of WAY too many chickens and goats, and homeschool curriculum junkie. Lynn's life changed when she taught her children to read, and read well, as babies. Through her blog and forthcoming e-book, she shares encouragement and her exact steps, resources, and tips with friends around the world.

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