Family Is Worried Foster Child Won’t Adjust, But Then He Met Their Dog.. I Have No Words For THIS


Adopting is not easy, but it feels very fulfilling. Kari Lewis, a foster mom from Portland says that foster care is one of the best things that people have ever done in this world.

Bringing in a new member has its fair of challenges. The foster parents worry if the adopted child will adjust and get comfortable in their new home. For parents whose children decide to adopt, they face some grandmother-related challenges.

Sandi wanted something permanent in her life. Sandy chooses to adopt Reagan. Reagan is a cute Australian Labradoodle. Reagan was only 11 months. During the same period, Kari fostered Buddy, an 11-month baby boy.

Kari has taken care of the duo. The duo will turn three on 3rd February 2017.

The two have become the best of friends and inseparable. They spend their time together and even wear matching outfits. Reagan and Buddy snuggle too. Lucky for Kari, she did not have to worry about her foster child adapting to the new environment.

The two dress up together, read together, and spend a lot of time snuggling.

Reagan keeps Buddy company as he reads. Watch the following video.