These growing families have a lot to be thankful for

Thanksgiving has extra special meaning to so many families across the country, as “Adoption Days” take place in many courtrooms.
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Finally tonight here, a forever home in time for Thanksgiving. This was the scene in a Michigan courtroom today. Lee Hartman and his wife, Jessica, kissing their soon to be adopted son Blake, who is 3. 1-year-old Quinn, her arms in the air, about to be adopted by mom, Jenny, behind her, and Billy Adrian. 6-year-old twins Isaiah and Isaac, too. Now with their forever parents, Katie and rob vanderlann. All this month, Thanksgiving with extra special meaning to so many families across the country, as "Adoption days" take place in courtroom after courtroom. In South Carolina alone, 80 children adopted by 60 families in just one day. The judge to the left with the Barr family, growing. The Carroll family with their sign, "Some things are worth the wait. 1,151 days in foster care. Today, I'm adopted." The mackens, too. "After 1,033 days in foster care, Jordan, adopted." And in Denver, the tears. New mom rebeka Romero and her husband and their new boys, Joseph and Travis. Officially home for Thanksgiving. That image says it all on this Thanksgiving week. I'm David mu

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