Family fostered a 12-year-old boy that nobody wants – But soon they realized who he really is

According to recent data presented by the Children’s Bureau, the number of children in foster care nationwide is approximately 424,000. In Tennessee only, there are slightly less than 8,000 children who are waiting to be reunited with their families or find a forever home with people who would love them unconditionally. The sad reality is that the number of foster families in this state is less than 4,000.

Up until recently, one of those kids who found themselves in the system was 12-year-old Andrew from Nashville. This lovely boy spent half his life going from one family to another. However, that changed when he was welcomed in by a special foster family; the Gills.

Kevin and Dominique Gill have a son on their own, Joc, who made very good friends with Andrew the moment they first met. The boys just love hanging out together. They spend their time playing games, taking walks, and doing a bunch of fun stuff. Realizing how close the boys became, Kevin and Dominique decided to let them be best friends forever by filing adoption papers.

Andrew had no idea he was about to become an official member of the Gill family. One day, as he was taking a walk at the park with Molly Parker, an employee at the Youth Villages, he was met with the news that his foster parents are adopting him.

“I just turned around the corner and saw everybody,” Andrew said. “They asked ‘will you?’ and I said ‘yeah!’”

Besides being best friends, these boys now became brothers. Isn’t that the most beautiful thing ever?

Former coach Tony Dungy : The Taylor Swift influence on the Kansas City Chiefs has indeed attracted a different audience to the NFL, according to a Hall of Famer: it’s causing the league to lose fans…

Hall Of Fame NFL Coach ‘Blasts’ Taylor Swift, Unleashes Unfiltered Criticism Over Her Impact
Look what he said :

Whether you Iove it or hate it, the Taylor Swift effect on the Kansas City Chiefs certainiy has brought a new audience to the NFL, but according to one football Hall of Famer, it’s the reason why the league is losing fans.

Hall of Fame former coach Tony Dungy is at the 2024 Hula Bowl in Orlando as he is being inducted into the Hula Bowl Hall of Fame. Leading up to the game, Dungy was one of severaI former football stars interviewed by Fox News, and was asked about a poll that showed less than 25% of Gen Z-ers consider themselves “avid sports fans.”

Fellow Hall of Famer Rod Woodson attributed the cause to the interest in sports betting, and there are more general fans rather than fans of teams, but Dungy went another route in his explanation of it.

I think we’ll always have sports in some form or fashion. Some people are disenchanted with it, Dungy said. When asked about the Taylor Swift effect, Dungy said the megastar is an example of why peopIe aren’t that interest in the NFL.

That’s the thing that’s disenchanting people with sports now, he said. “There’s so much on the outside coming in. Entertainment value and different things that’s taking away from what really happens on the field.”

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