Family Of 6 Siblings Are All Adopted By Dads Who Wanted To Keep Them Together
The family of eight is now loving their new life together
The two dads felt so lucky and blessed when they officially adopted the kids on May 23, 2019. Steve already had two sons, Parker, 25, and Noah, 21, from a previous marriage. The judge told the couple that from now on, the children they had adopted were just as much their own as their own biological children.
When the dads looked up into the grateful eyes of their new kids, they couldn’t have been happier. They have never forgotten that special day and have always treated the siblings like their own children.
The siblings were finally able to lead a happy family life after being in foster care for a long time
After being in foster care for 1,640 days, the siblings finally got a chance to live a normal life after being adopted. The couple says their children have filled their lives with love and warmth. They also get along great with their friends and extended family, which is a nice bonus.
They found the 6 siblings in foster care on an Ohio website
After doing some research on adopting kids, they found out that the system splits up a lot of siblings. It hurt their feelings, and they didn’t want it to happen again. So, they began looking for children to adopt in the United States. On an Ohio website, they saw that the six siblings had been in foster care for almost 5 years.
The biological parents had abused and neglected their 6 children, and in 2017 they lost custody of them. Steve and Rob matched with the children for the first time in June 2018, hoping to give them a much better life. The following month, the kids moved in with their dads; the rest is history.