How A Foster Child Adapts To A New Family | 15,000 Kids And Counting | Series 1 Episode 3
After 15 Months as a Foster Child, Adoption Becomes Official with Joyful Photo
Reddit user Adam Gasser and his wife, Lisa, became foster parents to Ezra, the dapper little gentleman above, when he was just 2 days old. And they spent all 15 months of his life working to adopt him. The beautiful moment captured here? "Our son and his big sister ringing in his official adoption and the end of his time in foster care," the proud dad explained.
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Another reason this image is so special: The family couldn't show anyone photos of their son while he was technically in foster care. Ezra's Internet debut attracted more than 1,000 comments within five days of the photo going up on Reddit.
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