Sometimes, adoptions fail. And they fail more often than you would think. It may seem unthinkable, but it does happen, and most times, it works out for the best for all parties.
Parents and kids going through a disruption are, once again, going through a traumatic experience, one that will affect each of their lives forever. Families going through this, whether on the re-adoption side or the disrupting side, need support and love, not criticism, hatred, and rejection. In the end, a family needs to be a safe, loving place for the adopted child, the parents, and siblings to thrive.
Recently, @Myka Stauffer announced that they’ve made the decision to disrupt and the child has been placed in another family.