- A single dad from America recently warmed thousands of hearts after making the decision to adopt five siblings
- The amazing foster dad did not want the siblings to live apart and so he adopted all of them together
- The news was quickly shared around the world, resulting in the man receiving praise for his actions
A young man has recently inspired the world after doing what many people would not even consider. It was recently reported that Robert Carter, Ohio citizen, adopted five siblings so that they could all grow up together.
Carter, who had initially adopted three little boys, Robert Jr, Giovanni and Kiontae, who he shared a happy life with. A little later on, Carter discovered that the boys actually had two other siblings, Marionna and Makayla, who were also foster kids.
This is when Carter, a former foster kid as well, made the life-changing decision to adopt both of the little girls, reuniting all five children who had spent six long and undoubtedly sad months apart.
“We met up for visits, and all the kids were crying," Carter told Fox 19. “They didn’t want to leave each other, and at that moment, I knew, OK, I have to adopt all five," said Carter in a heartwarming Fox4News article.
According to Carter he was also separated from his siblings as a child and suffered a lot emotionally as a result - something he didn't want any of his now-five little kids to have to experience, explains a Facebook post by Hamilton County JFS Adoption & Foster Care.
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, a young man recently decided to share the joy he was experiencing over the fact that he has now been living with his new kidney a year after he first got the long-awaited kidney transplant. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Bradley Arendse shared how he had lived with kidney disease for seven years while waiting for a kidney.
"November has many significant value to me as it not only being my birth month, but also my second birthday. Yes, you heard correct. I was born 19 November and was given a second chance at life on th 6th November 2019 when I got a kidney transplant after 7 years on the transplant list.
Finally, the kidney came and Bradley cannot be happier. He now calls the day he first received the kidney as the day on which he was born he was born again. In his heartwarming post, he also included two pictures of him looking as revitalized as ever.
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