Spouses Amy and James have always dreamed of a big family and planned to create one one day. They met at an early age and now they were already planning children.
Amy was capable of having children, but she dreamed of giving abandoned children a home.
She wanted to give them the warmth they had not received. Once the spouses’ lives were established, it was decided to go to the baby’s house and take the child. There they met a boy named Casey.
He was only 8 months old then, and his own mother abandoned him because she couldn’t support him and generally led a wild life.
The family adopted the little one and quickly discovered that Casey’s unlucky biological mother was pregnant and would leave her second child behind after the birth.
After long family meetings, it was decided to take the second child with her after birth. The woman had a daughter, whom the new parents named Seira.
The children grew up healthy and loving. The parents adored them, but they had already started thinking about their own children.
Previously, they did not want to give birth, so as not to oppress the adopted babies, and now they feel good in a new family. Parents could afford it.
James and Amy were planning a little one when they found out the mother of their children was pregnant again.
She was about to leave her child for the third time and suggested that the couple adopt him again. And how did she have the courage?
The couple thought for a long time and soon decided to refuse this woman. They really wanted their child, and if they had the 3rd, they would have to postpone the pregnancy.
And the years go by and Amy doesn’t get any younger. And then, it would be extremely difficult to get four children out of there.
Parents do not forbid their babies from communicating with the biological mother and her other children, but James and Amy did not dare to take them into care. But did they do the right thing by separating loved ones?
Is it even worth doing? On the other hand, a third child would end all their plans and would have to raise someone else’s child for several more years until he or she grows up.