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    Lifetime Adoption Special Needs/Older Child Adoption

    Hello and thank you for allowing us to post. The following situation
    involves a re-adopt. Your first step is to fill out an application at
    http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_...es/preapp.html and
    include a high resolution family photo.

    Lifetime Adoption has a 7 year old Caucasian boy in California that is in
    need of new, loving, adoptive parents. He has been in his current home for
    7 years as he was adopted at birth. He loves bugs, nature walks and being
    outdoors. He is very sensitive and sweet. He has controlled ADHD with
    medication and gets along well with others. He does have challenges
    focusing in large groups.

    The current adoptive family is looking for a traditional Protestant
    Christian married couple. They would prefer a childless couple, but will
    consider younger children in the home. The adoptive mother would like
    letters, photos and visits.

    A substantial grant is available to help offset the cost of this adoption

    To see a photo of this child, please click here
    http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_.../children.html.



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    7 year old needs a home.

    I was under the impression that California law required a facilitator's
    advertising to state that the advertiser was a facilitator and not a
    licensed adoption agency.


    J.

    "louann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] lkaboutparenting.com...
    Lifetime Adoption Special Needs/Older Child Adoption Hello and thank you for allowing us to post. The following situation involves a re-adopt. Your first step is to fill out an application at http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_...es/preapp.html and include a high resolution family photo. Lifetime Adoption has a 7 year old Caucasian boy in California that is in need of new, loving, adoptive parents. He has been in his current home for 7 years as he was adopted at birth. He loves bugs, nature walks and being outdoors. He is very sensitive and sweet. He has controlled ADHD with medication and gets along well with others. He does have challenges focusing in large groups. The current adoptive family is looking for a traditional Protestant Christian married couple. They would prefer a childless couple, but will consider younger children in the home. The adoptive mother would like letters, photos and visits. A substantial grant is available to help offset the cost of this adoption To see a photo of this child, please click here http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_.../children.html.

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    • #3
      7 year old needs a home.


      "louann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
      news:[email protected] lkaboutparenting.com...
      Lifetime Adoption Special Needs/Older Child Adoption Hello and thank you for allowing us to post. The following situation involves a re-adopt. Your first step is to fill out an application at http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_...es/preapp.html and include a high resolution family photo. Lifetime Adoption has a 7 year old Caucasian boy in California that is in need of new, loving, adoptive parents. He has been in his current home for 7 years as he was adopted at birth. He loves bugs, nature walks and being outdoors. He is very sensitive and sweet. He has controlled ADHD with medication and gets along well with others. He does have challenges focusing in large groups. The current adoptive family is looking for a traditional Protestant Christian married couple. They would prefer a childless couple, but will consider younger children in the home. The adoptive mother would like letters, photos and visits. A substantial grant is available to help offset the cost of this adoption To see a photo of this child, please click here http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_.../children.html.
      I have always been concerned about posts where the people are soliciting
      money or selling services and do not use their own names. There is no Louann
      listed in their "facilitators."

      Doug Thomas


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        7 year old needs a home.


        "doug thomas" <[email protected]> wrote in message
        news:[email protected]
        "louann" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] lkaboutparenting.com...
        Lifetime Adoption Special Needs/Older Child Adoption Hello and thank you for allowing us to post. The following situation involves a re-adopt. Your first step is to fill out an application at http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_...es/preapp.html and include a high resolution family photo. Lifetime Adoption has a 7 year old Caucasian boy in California that is in need of new, loving, adoptive parents. He has been in his current home for 7 years as he was adopted at birth. He loves bugs, nature walks and being outdoors. He is very sensitive and sweet. He has controlled ADHD with medication and gets along well with others. He does have challenges focusing in large groups. The current adoptive family is looking for a traditional Protestant Christian married couple. They would prefer a childless couple, but will consider younger children in the home. The adoptive mother would like letters, photos and visits. A substantial grant is available to help offset the cost of this adoption To see a photo of this child, please click here http://www.lifetimeadoption.com/for_.../children.html.
        I have always been concerned about posts where the people are soliciting money or selling services and do not use their own names. There is no Louann listed in their "facilitators." Doug Thomas
        They never use their real names in telemarketing boiler rooms, Doug. I
        can'y imagine why this would be any different.

        J.
        Not a telemarketer, despite appearances.


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