The Hall Family

After 2,629 days in foster care... another exciting adoption story took place yesterday. One of our teens was adopted by one of our Seven Homes Staff!

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The Martin Family

“After 759 days in foster care we are adopted.” Many foster families will have their children take photos like these to share the hard journey of children in care and how long they have had to wait for permanency.

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The Holloman Family

This week Seven Homes had the unique privilege of celebrating alongside Stephanie and Matthew Holloman as they officially welcomed their daughter into their family forever. The Hollomans were faithful, devoted, hard-working foster parents whose journey lead them to adoption of their gorgeous blonde-haired beauty, Hope. 

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The Church Family

The Church Family and their adoption holds a special place for so many of us at Seven Homes. While I have not been actively involved in their case like their incredible case workers, Jessica and Staci, I have been on the sidelines watching, cheering and praying. There are days at Seven Homes that stand out to us when it comes to our families. I remember the day we got the call for these three little ones. I remember we all sat around and scratched our heads wondering if we had a family to take on so many little ones all at once. 

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The Pruitt Family

Oh the BEAUTY Friday held for Seven Homes, the Pruitt Family and most of all sweet NATHAN!

I remember the moment like it was yesterday. Balloons on the mailbox, a homemade sign on the door saying, “we’re so glad you’re here.” 

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The Francis Family

Mimi Francis is one of our single foster parents who is a force to be reckoned with, and I mean that in the best way possible. She is incredibly selfless, hard-working, jovial and an advocate like none other. She has been an incredible mother to three daughters all adopted from foster care for the last two decades, until last week. Last week Mimi took a leap of faith and went from a mother of three to a mother of FOUR when they officially welcomed Asya into the Francis family.

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The Dalton Family

This year as we sorted through more children’s Christmas list than ever before, I thought how blessed we are to have such a beautiful group of families who step into the brokenness of life and help reveal the beauty within. I would like to share one such list. A list from a little girl of nine, with a bike and a wish for American Girl Doll accessories, LOL’s, and snow clothes for next year’s trip out west. Typical items listed in no particular order, but at the top of her list was her most cherished of gifts, she wanted a mom and a dad, an adoption for Christmas.

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