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  1. Myndie says:

    So sorry it’s not working out.

  2. christy says:

    so sorry this is turning out this way after everything you went through to get her here. what an emotional rollercoaster. :(

    • azuroo says:

      But on the bright side I am determined to find her a family! She has a ton of potential, we just weren’t prepared to deal with her needs. If she hadn’t have come she would be lost forever in the mental institution or certainly end up taken advantage of once she aged out of the regular orphanage. She will go with any man who smiles at her, she is so vulnerable it’s heartbreaking. We will host another kid next time, hopefully that will be more of a fun experience! We don’t regret hosting Tanya at all, it’s just harder and different than expected. I’m trusting that this has all happened for a (good) reason. I just hope we get to find out what that reason is!

  3. Danielle says:

    I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately. I’m sorry to hear that things aren’t working out. I hope someone with a heart as big as yours will come through and adopt Tanya!

  4. grace says:

    hi! i was looking for blogs about families that hosted kids through organizations like ccc or new horizons, so im glad i came across yours. i was thinking of hosting this summer, because i have read success stories about families that hosted and adopted the kid shortly after. but i’ve also heard stories about families that said “watch out, all those kids are RAD” and im sorry to hear your experience with hosting was so horrible first time around. i am afraid to dive into hosting/give it a try because of the high chances of the kids having developed RAD, and the scary behavior that might come along, as you mentioned being violent towards pets or younger kids, it’s like living with a nightmare trying to get through each day. if you know any more blogs or people that hosted that had similar or different experiences than you, if you get a chance could you email me them? i want to get a clear idea of how common successful/unsuccessful hosting experiences are.
    thank you so much!

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