The man has effectively nurtured 30 children through adoption over the course of his 19-year career. Buffalo is home to Thomas Lamont. With the adoption of five young children under the age of five, his family has recently grown. They are all the siblings and relatives of one another. Now, Lamont Thomas is bringing up 12 children. The story of a single father was released by GMA.
As soon as the father was permitted to transport five children inside the home in front of the court, Thomas found it difficult to hold back his tears. He says that a lot of work went into integrating his five siblings into the family. Lamonica and Anthony, the home’s two original kids, as well as ten adoptive kids, currently reside there. The tale of a lone parent began in 2000.
I started out helping one of my acquaintances. Then I went a step further and earned a license that qualified me to take care of adoptive children. Since then, I have not ceased.
One of the eldest adopted people, Michael, is already 27 years old. The guy asserts that Thomas’ house eventually became his own after becoming his third in a row. The lone father knew the boy’s real parents.
Michael recalls that Thomas never left his children alone. Only when they became adults and started their own families did they separate. In a household with a solitary parent, everyone was treated equally and adored equally. Michael says that raising children is a father’s duty from God.
We are all grownups now. I can’t believe he began over again, Michael laughs. In the end, he helped me survive. I wouldn’t be where I am today without him.
At one moment Thomas determined it was time to stop. The older child left home and got married. The only parent appeared to be lonely, despite the fact that the family also included 7 other children. After discovering that five brothers were searching for a home, he decided to “come out of retirement.”
Thomas is aware of them because he formerly raised the father of these children. The father opposed having the kids reside in different houses. The four kids wound up living in different towns and were split up for more than 1.5 years, it turned out.