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Old 02-22-2003, 07:17 AM
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hi me again, i walked into the marriage i am in now, my husband has 4 young children, 4,6,8,9. we met on the internet and i met him in 2000. we were married in may of last year. he is 35 i am 54. i have 2 grown children and 7 grand children. he almost lost the kids because their mother gave up her rights to them before i got here so the state decided that he couldnt take care of them alone and put them all in foster care. when i came into the picture he was in the process of getting them back and i knew everything before i got here. when i got here i read all the paper work pertaining to the case and i proceeded to help get them back. we did whatever we had to do that. as of july of last year we had all four back and are now a happy family. all the kids were in the wedding and i plan on adopting all of them. it is very important to keep them together. we have 3 girls and a boy. the boy was put in a seperate foster home than the girls and the only time they saw each other was during visits with us. now they cant stay away from each other and are very close. i know your decision is a hard one to make but being raised together for 3 yrs and then being seperating is going to be hard on both. but i think in the long run you will make the right decision for the kids and do what is best for them. sure they and you might need counseling for a while to help make the adjustment but it will be rewarding. if you have any questions or concerns feel free to email me.
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