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onlineteamAUK June 6, 2019 12:54

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Best wishes, Online Team AUK

June 6, 2019 14:52

Hi we are after some advice. We are pretty experienced adopters as we have a boy of 11, his birth brother aged 5 and a little girl (not related to the boys) of 13 months all adopted separately. Our little girl has been with her since birth. We consider ourselves to be extremely blessed, they are wonderful little people and we are very lucky. The dilemma we find ourselves in now is that our little girl’s birth mother is about to give birth and we have been approached to see if we would be-able to have the new baby. Obviously my heart says “yes of course” but we have some reservations. We adopted the birth brother of our eldest boy and would love to do the same for our little girl. But 4 children, with 2 so close together?!! Is there anyone else out there who has found themselves in a similar position? How do you manage 4 children on a practical and emotional level and how has it been for you? Or maybe had 2 so close together in age? Any help, advice or words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Donatella June 6, 2019 15:46

Hi. Just a quick reply. You’re probably better to start a new thread rather than respond on this one.

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