My daughter died almost four years ago in a car wreck. I miss her so very much. I know that I can't replace her or our relationship, but I would love to have a daughter in my life again. I miss the companionship. I am happily married to a wonderful man that is very open to adopting a duaghter. I have a son 23 and a stepson 14. We aren't wealthy, just an average family. We have gone through the state, took the classes and did the homestudy. Now we jsut need to find the right child. I am open to adopting a young adult. When children turn 18, they age out of the system and there isn't any way to find them. I think this is terrible, just because they are 18 doesn't mean they don't need a family. I think of these young ladies not having a father to walk them down the isle when they marry or having a family to share any of their life accomplishments with. Any thoughts?
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