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Arizona gay dads adopt 14 kids to reunite siblings
Arizona couple Steven and Roger Ham are now raising 14 kids after they discovered that one of their daughters’ siblings had been abused by foster carers.
The Hams had planned to stop adopting in 2010 after adopting six boys and six girls – the oldest of which is now 18.
But in January Steven and Roger saw a report on the news about two foster parents in Prescott who had abused a 4-year-old girl in their care.
The Hams knew their 6-year-old daughter Ambrose had a younger brother and sister who had been in foster care in Prescott and contacted their daughter’s former caseworker at Child Protective Services to find out if was the same girl.
The caseworker confirmed that it was and asked the Hams if they would be willing to adopt the girl and Ambrose’s 2-year-old brother who had also been in the abusive couple’s care.
‘We felt sick [hearing about the abuse],’ Steven told AZ Central, ‘We thought, “Those are our own daughter’s siblings.”‘
‘It was devastating.’
The couple gathered their children together to ask them how they would feel about two more children coming to live in their already busy house, and they said yes to the idea.
Authorities fast tracked the adoption process to reunite Bella, 4, and Julian, 2, with Ambrose in May.