You are overwhelmed and looking for a family

If you reached this blog because you are a Mom or/and a Dad and looking for a home for your special needs little one;

 If your child or children are

  already born or

maybe you just got news from one of your prenatal tests that you are expecting a little one that you love so much but are overwhelmed with the thought of being a mommy or a daddy to a special angel…

First of all, I am so sorry ….

but know, coming to this page was not a mistake. God loves you and loves your baby too. There is a plan and a purpose for their life and what is happening right now in your life. Thank you for looking at adoption as a possible choice for your little one(s).

Let me reassure you…there are families that would feel blessed to be there forever  for your baby or child

no matter the diagnosis.

If this is YOU, contact me at my personal email : swissprimel@verizon.net and I WILL help you find the family that you imagine…

I am not an agency, not a facilitator, not a professional…just a mom, and we will speak mom to mom…

Home desperately needed for an 8 year old Caucasian girl

Sugar and spice and everything nice,

That’s what little girls are made of…

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This little girl is being placed by her grandmother who freely admits she is not attached the way she should be to her. She was placed with grandma at age 2 1/2 by the state. This little one was drug exposed prenatally and grandma believes she would benefit from a full IEP evaluation for learning support.  She is not impulsive. She loves to draw! She also loves to do ANYTHING with anyone, she craves attention that grandma admits she does not give… This little one is socially behind, per her grandma, and does not have any close friends. She has some self protective mechanisms in place, such as zoning out, when she is given criticism or lengthy directions for a task. Grandma says doing anything with her makes her happy.

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She is completely functional and capable and, with the proper family who can give her affection and time that she is craving, she has awesome potential to set the world ablaze!!

There is some urgency with this situation, as the grandmother just cannot seem to love this little girl the way she deserves to be loved.

Family desired: 

  • No children or, if there are children, they should be older than this little girl so she can have lots of individual attention.
  • Must be homestudy ready
  • Live close enough to the state of Indiana, or be willing to maintain contact with grandmother and her sibling, who is also placed with the grandmother.

If you are interested, contact:

Inna Pekar at Kids First Adoption:

info@kidsfirstadoption.com

317-843-2300

And once again, thank you friends for sharing these situations and caring so much about the children and families affected by adoption. Lets pray that a family’s heart is drawn towards this little girl and they have a hole in their heart, shaped just for her to fill, and that they find this post and find her… Please share that they can find her…

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Family needed for a sibling group of Five

Momma is now thinking that the two eldest children might be able to go to a separate family than the younger three… Momma is still reviewing the families who submitted and will soon be making her choice! Until she has decided, the agency continues to accept applications from qualified homestudy ready families.

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Adventurous family needed for a sibling group of FIVE precious little ones ages 9(boy), 7(girl), 4(girl),3(girl) and 1(boy). These children are living with their mother in the state of Indiana. They are bonded children and must be placed together. Any talk of separation is not appropriate. They NEED each other. They are all African American and terminations would have to be done on the fathers; none are reported to be involved or supporting the children in any way.  There is some urgency in this situation as the older four have spent  a small amount of time in the foster system and the mother is concerned that they may become involved again, although that is not currently reported to be the case. She wants them to remain together and wishes for them to be loved and cared for …

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Family needed for a sibling group of Five

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Adventurous family needed for a sibling group of FIVE precious little ones ages 9(boy), 7(girl), 4(girl),3(girl) and 1(boy). These children are living with their mother in the state of Indiana. They are bonded children and must be placed together. Any talk of separation is not appropriate. They NEED each other. They are all African American and terminations would have to be done on the fathers; none are reported to be involved or supporting the children in any way.  There is some urgency in this situation as the older four have spent  a small amount of time in the foster system and the mother is concerned that they may become involved again, although that is not currently reported to be the case. She wants them to remain together and wishes for them to be loved and cared for …

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KidsFirst Adoption Services, http://kidsfirstadoption.com/, Is asking for a family with either

·        No children currently in the home

·        One child in the home

·        Older children (16 and above)

In order for them to appropriately bond with the family and for the family not to be completely overwhelmed by the change in family structure, this is the dynamic that is desired.

Also a homestudy must be done and current with all clearances up to date if you reside in a state other than Indiana.  If you reside in Indiana and are willing to quickly get the documents needed, Inna said they would do the homestudy …ONLY FOR INDIANA state residents, but be prepared to work VERY hard to accomplish this in a timely manner.

Fees for placement of the whole family is $27,000

Please, Please share!! This family has a chance to stay together if we find their family quickly.

Contact information:

Inna Pekar

317-843-2300

info@kidsfirstadoption.com

Please, Please share if these are not your kiddos!!  Lets all be praying for a very smooth transition for the children, for strength for the mother and of course courage, love, and wisdom for the adopting family.

Esther

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Family needed for a baby boy already here!


Agency has enough families! thank you all!!

AA baby boy, born in Jacksonville Florida yesterday. He is premature (31 weeks gestation), but doing great, just tiny (3lb, 9oz). No reported history of drugs/alcohol.  His birth mother placed a baby with another agency 4 years ago. She is college educated, kind, and anxious to have the perfect family.  The birth mother does not have a racial preference and is open to single parents but not a same-sex couple.

th845G9Z0MThe agency will take surrenders once the family is identified, and are currently serving the birth father. Financial risk during the next 30 days is $9000.00. The agency expects the birthfather will deny paternity or default, due to the birth father’s previous remarks.  Once this is resolved, additional fees/expenses will be due.

This adoption is estimated at $29,000 ( $9000 at risk is included in this estimate)  plus Little Bit of Heaven’s fee of $500 registration fee, and $2500 for networkino.

If he is not your little guy, please share so he can find his home!

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Georgia family needed for a baby girl due in July

it-s-a-girl-round-balloon[1]A Bundle of Joy is networking with an agency seeking a Georgia family for an African American baby girl due July 22 in Georgia. Expectant mother would like and open adoption (including visits) and would like a family from Georgia. Expectant mother denies the use of drugs, alcohol and mental illness. Her family is aware of pregnancy and supportive of adoption plans. Please be advised, Georgia has a 10 day revocation period.
Serious inquiries ONLY

contact Martine (336) 770-2675 ext. 1

or email bundleofjoyreferral@gmail.com

Estimated fees

Agency Fee: $14,000
Birth Mother Expenses: $5,000
Total Agency Fee: 19,000
Legal Fees can range between $3,000-$7,000 (paid directly to attorney)
ABOJ Networking & Referral Fee $2,000 (due at the time of match)

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Arkansas family needed for a Baby boy due June 2017

ArkansasA Bundle of Joy is networking with an agency seeking a forever family for an African American baby boy due on or around June 8, 2017 in the state of Tennessee. . Expectant mother is 24-years old and denies the use of drugs, alcohol and mental illness. The birth mother would like a traditional couple with children (she is okay with adoptive or biological). Prospective adoptive family MUST be from Arkansas.

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Home study ready families only, please contact Martine via email bundleofjoyreferral@gmail.com

or call (336) 770-2675 ext. 1

Estimated fees
Agency Fee $18,000
Birth Mother Expenses: $6,000.00
Total Agency Fee: $24,000
Legal fees can range between $3,000-7,000 to be paid directly to Attorneys.

Networking & Referral Fee $2,000

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How to Catch a Leprechaun

cute memory 🙂

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How to catch a leprechaun, By Mazie

You tie him in the bathroom to the bathtub.

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You get a trap. Go upstairs. Go to your room. Leprechauns will take my bunny because he gets the gold.

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The gold is under the couch and he takes my bunny so he can sleep.

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A leprechaun is tiny and his hair sticks in the air. His shoe has a buckle and his hat is shaped like a square. He is a smiling leprechaun with a circle face,  floppy ears and tiny knees with stripes.

He slides down a rainbow and open the iPad in my desk then runs faster and jumps in the sixteen coins.

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Update on baby boy…still considering families…new information!

 

Children’s Connection, INC has provided this update. If you wish to be considered, please also read this blog post from a few days ago:

https://brownswissmomma.wordpress.com/2017/03/09/urgently-needed-special-home-for-a-special-newborn/

Here is an update on the special needs baby. His name is Wyatt. “We have a baby diagnosed with microcephaly who is in need of a family. It’s been a rough couple of days. At one point we even had a doctor tell us that this baby boy might not survive. After his MRI yesterday which was abnormal of course, the doctor reported that his was one of the most complex cases this doctor has ever seen. Yesterday he was still on g-tube feedings and the physical therapist said that trying to feed him had not worked well and caused him distress. She thought it would be Monday before they would even attempt bottle feeding again. This morning when his adoption specialist arrived at the hospital, this baby boy was doing remarkably better!! All his IVs are out, he’s breathing room air and being feed with a bottle. She said he definitely has the capacity to let everyone know when he’s hungry! Now we just need a family!! Baby’s echocardiogram and abdominal scan are reported to be normal. We’ve been told that discharge probably won’t happen for 2 weeks due to him needing to be able to take regular full feedings each day. The hospital staff anticipate needing to watch him and make sure he is “feeding and growing” for about 10-14 days, but of course, this can change. Due to his current legal limbo with no adoptive family, we aren’t able to receive any written medical records for this boy. However medical information can be provided to this baby’s adoption specialist and she can prepare a written report. She will be attending his team meeting on Monday so she can receive the most up-to-date info. The neurologist will be able to give us more information on Monday, including information on life expectancy, since the pediatric neurologists are the ones who have researched and followed similar cases. We plan to share this information with all approved interested families as soon as possible. After that, families will give their final decision on if they wish to be considered. We are wishing for a miracle family for this little boy!!! After a family is selected, we’ll arrange a video call with baby and his medical team. Following that the adoptive parents will need to travel to the hospital right away. We’re hoping that if all goes well, these events will all happen within 2-3 work days. Thanks so much to those of you who have shared this baby’s info with others. Please continue to do so. Giving him a family will make all the difference in his life!” Thank you for sharing this!

 If you are interested: contact Children’s Connection, INC. This special needs adoption will qualify for reduced fees.

– 806-745-7995

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Urgently needed Special Home for a special newborn!

I was given permission to share…

But I was asked that you…

please please do NOT respond if you do not have a current homestudy and profile…

Only respond if you have full intentions of accepting the placement regardless of additional health information that might be uncovered…

Only respond if you are ready to travel immediately

 From Adoption Connections, INC.

We have a newborn baby who has serious issues and who desperately needs an adoptive family who can accept and care for him.

Baby: ½ Anglo, ½ African American, boy, born yesterday, March 8th
Risk Factors: Mom reports no alcohol or illegal drug use, smoked 2 cigarettes daily during pregnancy, no mental health issues; even so baby has serious special needs.

Mom learned that she was pregnant a month ago. She already has a boy, age 2, and is in school. She felt that she couldn’t handle a baby so planned to call an adoption agency after she arrived at the hospital. She wants a closed adoption for now and requested that she have no contact with the baby to prepare her for relinquishing. This morning, mom was told that her baby has microcephaly.
Microcephaly is a condition where the head circumference is smaller than normal because the brain has not developed properly or has stopped growing. Microcephaly can be present at birth or it may develop in the first few years of life. Signs and symptoms of microcephaly may include a smaller than normal head circumference that usually remains smaller than normal as the child grows, dwarfism, short stature, delayed motor and speech functions, mental retardation, seizures, facial distortions, hyperactivity, balance and coordination problems, and other brain-related or neurological problems; although some with this disorder may develop normal intelligence.

Depending on the severity of the accompanying syndrome, children with microcephaly may have impaired cognitive abilities. Some children with microcephaly will have normal intelligence and a head that will grow bigger, but they will track below the normal growth curves for head circumference.

There is no treatment for microcephaly that can return a child’s head to a normal size or shape. Treatment focuses on ways to decrease the impact of the associated deformities and neurological disabilities. Children with microcephaly and developmental delays are usually evaluated by a pediatric neurologist. Early childhood intervention programs that involve physical, speech, and occupational therapists help to maximize abilities and minimize dysfunction. Medications are often used to control seizures, hyperactivity, and neuromuscular symptoms. Some children will only have mild disability. Others, especially if they are growing and developing normally, will have normal intelligence and continue to develop and meet regular age-appropriate milestones.

The hospital where the mom delivered does not have adequate testing equipment to evaluate this baby’s condition. They have called in a pediatric neurologist. The hospital is keeping us up to date as they get more information. We don’t know how long this will take and it’s possible he will be transferred to another hospital.
We’re looking for a special adoptive family for this little boy. The full extent of his abilities will likely not be known by the time placement occurs.

This special needs adoption will qualify for reduced fees. Please contact our office if you can help in any way – 806-745-7995.

Please share this post so this baby boy can get the help he needs.

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Daddy don’t you walk so fast

All those years, I trailed behind…first my legs were not nearly as long…and i did not have his stamina. He always adjusted his stride to mine and didn’t complain…He just would joke how I walked like an old lady…Then I was pregnant, and toddled like a penguin….and he went even slower….Then I had toddlers hanging on me, was pregnant and went backward more than forwards, and he carried my bags and tugged a child’s arm so we would move in a forward direction. Then, I hurt my back, multiple herniated vertebral discs  and had sciatica like fire…and he would carry the kids and tug them along so they would not put me off balance, so I would not fall…and walk ahead of me so I would not feel pushed…

Today he said, honey, why don’t’ you walk down to the beach and spend some time alone there with God. He could hardly walk on the sand, he could hardly breathe as we walked on the empty boardwalk …. I will wait for you here… And i cried… No one tells you how to do this…no one. There is no right or wrong way to do this, no one can do it for you… This week they will add a new chemo drug to his current regimen because he has plateaued . Pray for us.

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