There are many siblings currently waiting for families. These can be sibling groups of two, three, or four. If you want to adopt siblings, you can tell your social worker and they will discuss your current situation with you. This conversation will involve talking about the space in your house, the costs that come with raising siblings, your emotional and physical capacity, and any other factors that may inform your decision. As you begin the adoption process, you may find that your opinions change, so it is best to work through this with your social worker to ensure the best match for you and the child.
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