“Our foster journey started with, we were just foster parents for Kaia. And when we had the opportunity to adopt Kaia after a year of fostering her, we went through the training to be foster-to-adoptive parents and through that training that’s what allowed us to be on a list of, to be adoptive parents,” Bruce said.
“We have nothing but respect and admiration, and truly, truly, a heart of gratitude for Myah’s mom and her courageous and brave decision,” Shelby continued. “We’ll forever be grateful for both Kaia’s mommy and Myah’s mommy. Both girls are so blessed to have two mommies that love them and only want the best for them.”
They are also grateful that after her rough start in life, Myah is now doing well. She has recovered from her stroke and is progressing well, just like any other child.
Thanks to the Safe Haven Law, the Faltynski’s are a loving family of four. They are grateful for the law and the baby boxes. To see if there are any Safe Haven boxes in your area, visit the Safe Haven Baby Box website.