The man has been involved in adoption for 19 years, during which he has successfully raised 30 children. Thomas Lamont is an occupant of Bison. Five infants under the age of 5 were adopted into his family just recently. Each of them is a brother or sister to another. Twelve children now reside with Lamont Thomas. The account of a single father was published by GMA.
When the father was allowed to bring five children into the house in front of the judge, Thomas was unable to control his tears. He asserts that integrating his five siblings into the family required a lot of effort. At the moment, the home is home to ten foster children in addition to two biological children, Lamonica and Anthony. The story of a single father began in 2000.
“In the beginning, I assisted a friend. Then I went one step further and got a credential that made it possible for me to be a foster parent. Since then, I have not stopped.
Michael is already 27 years old, making him one of the oldest adoptees. The man asserts that Thomas’s house was his third in a row before ultimately becoming his own. The single father knew the boy’s biological parents.
Michael recalls Thomas never abandoning his children. They only broke up when they got older and started families of their own. In the home of a single parent, everyone was treated and loved equally. Michael asserts that raising children is a God-given responsibility for fathers.
“Now that each of us is an adult I can’t believe he started all over again,” Michael chuckles. “In the end, he saved my life. I wouldn’t be where I am now if it weren’t for him.”
At one point, Thomas decided it was time to stop. One of the older children left and got married. It appeared that the lone father was missing his family, even though the family had seven additional children. After learning that five siblings were looking for a family, he decided to “come out of retirement.”
Additionally, Thomas is aware of them because he raised the father of these children. The father didn’t want the kids to live apart from each other. It turned out that the four children split up and ended up in different cities for more than a year and a half.