Question of the day from mssc

How many children do you have? Any adopted?

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9 Responses to Question of the day from mssc

  1. Jason says:

    Jenny and me have one son, Hunter, as most of you already know. We have not adopted any kids either, and have no plans in the immediate future for any more kids.

  2. Joy says:

    I have two boys and neither of them are adopted. Paul adopted Jason when he was 3 though and he has two children from a previous wife. Not sure why I’m answering for him but the fingers are doing the walking!

  3. Laura says:

    I have two children. Steve, adopted, is 42 going on 12. Josh, my natural son, is 7 3/4.

  4. SKL says:

    I have two daughters. I adopted both in 2007.

  5. Sue says:

    I have 2 biological kids, 10 & 6. I wanted 3, but mother nature told me that wasn’t such a great idea and I scared Toby enough that he said, NO MORE! LOL!

  6. mssc54 says:

    Well let me see. Our oldest three children are all biological daughters (31, 27 & 22).

    In May of 2006 DSS asked us to keep a two year old boy and four year old girl for a little while while their parents completed their court ordered anger management and (hopefully) pass a drug test. We knew the family. Yeh…. that didn’t work out like the birth parents had originally hoped (through their drug inducedd hazey minds). We finalized the adoptio of our “new kids” in November 2009. So now we have 4 daughters and a son.

    Our oldest daughter has worked at the same hospital since graduating highschool. She works in CT. Our next daughter is currently the senior Pharmacy Technician for Walgreens in this district and doing her darndest to pass Organic Chemistry so she can get into Pharmacy College. Our third daughte has worked at the same hospital as her older sister since graduating highschool and also works in medical imaging. We JUST walked in the door from her college graduation. She earned her Associates in… heck something to do with raiology. She has already been accepted to the next college for the next step on her education highway. Our fourth daughter is in the third grade. A real stand out student in her grade, scoring the highest of all third graders in three out of the four areas in the MAP testing. Our youngest (our son)… well now, he is a character. He works very hard to earn his good grades and it is a struggle at times. But that boy is a hoot!

    Life is very interesing around our home, to say the least!

    I guess it doesn’t hurt that my Mrs. has an MEd in math and science. Lol

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