Little Boy's Adoption Photo Is the Best Thing You'll See This Season
26 December, 2016, 11:18 | Author: Joy Garcia
Christmas comes around every year; this is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration for Michael Brown, who was photographed as he expressed his delight at being adopted. When the original plan for him to reunite with his biological mom fell through, her rights were severed, which meant Montgomery could adopt him.
You see, up until 2 days ago, Michael was a foster child and on December 20th Tara and her three girls officially adopted him.
"We were his third foster family".
"We got him on February 14, Valentine's Day, and now this for Christmas - it's meant to be", said Tara Montgomery, Michael's adoptive mother. "As a single parent, I was not looking to adopt, just to help kids during transition". The viral photos show Michael is just as happy to be part of this family as they are to have him.
According to Montgomery, Michael is "just what (her) family needed". He had spent 832 days in foster care.
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"He is the most loving, smart, amusing and happy kiddo", Ms Montgomery said. She said Michael already had the same last name as her two daughters, Brown.
Fist raised in the air, with a toothy smile, Michael celebrated moments after the adoption. It has been retweeted more than 50,000 times and has more than 130,000 likes.
Montgomery indicated that a photo showing Michael holding a chalkboard reading, "Some things are worth the wait", perfectly summarizes his personality. "Mom, how many more are you going to take in?'" said Montgomery. It was posted to the site by Montgomery's daughter, Dae Brown.
We learned about Michael through social media, all thanks to his 17-year-old sister Dea.
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