It all started in 2017, when Kathleen and her partner decided to adopt a child and started the necessary procedures. In 2020, the possibility of adoption was first raised, but the couple had already separated and the young woman backed out.
Although she was afraid to take on a baby on her own, she remembers grieving for the baby she refused. So when she learned in January 2020 that she had been chosen as a potential adoptive mom by a woman who wanted to give her birth daughter up for adoption, she immediately accepted.
A few months later, she was officially a mother to little Rosy, who was born addicted to substances, so she was admitted to the hospital with a plan to deal with her ᴡɪᴛʜᴅʀᴀᴡᴀʟ sʏᴍᴘᴛᴏᴍs.
“When the little one got out of the hospital, our real journey began,” Kathleen recalls with a smile. It was not easy to raise a child alone, and especially little Rosy, who often needed ᴍᴇᴅɪᴄᴀʟ ᴀᴛᴛᴇɴᴛɪᴏɴ, but with her persistence, she managed.
At about five months of age, she began to see some significant improvements in her daughter. She started crawling, making the first cries, eating solid food, and socializing like other children her age.
It hadn’t been long since Kathleen started to find her footing with her daughter when she received another phone call from Rosy’s biological mom. She was pregnant again and was asking her to adopt her second child as well.
Kathleen accepted immediately and soon found herself raising two wonderful little sisters. Although she is only 24 years old, she is doing great and doing her best for her girls. With the help of her relatives and friends, the two little girls have found a real family that gives them all their love.
Meanwhile, Kathleen married her best friend, and they started a wonderful and loving family. “Kathleen’s work is difficult, but I have never seen her more dedicated to something,” says her family. “She is a fantastic mom, and her daughters are very happy.”