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15 Kids and Homeless: The Angel Adams Story

15 kids and homelessShe is the mother of 15 children and homeless and she put the fault on somebody else. She said and I quote: “somebody needs to pay for all my children…somebody needs to be held accountable, and they need to pay.”

Nick Cox, regional director of the Florida Department of Children & Families, paid Adams a visit and, standing outside the motel room with all 12 children present, offered a solution. He said there was room at A Kid’s Place in Brandon, a cottage large enough to house a family of 12. Though wary of the offer, Adams agreed. …

The 37-year-old mother doesn’t work. “This is my work,” she said, gesturing toward the bunch. “I do this all by myself. I don’t know what I’m going to do. This is a revolving door going nowhere.”

Well, if you don’t act to be then you’ll probably put the fault on someone else. Let me ask you, who is the creator of your destiny? I strongly believe this: you are where you are today because the choices you made in the past. Yet, you are the creator of your own destiny. Tell me what you think about Angel Adams story.

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4 thoughts on “15 Kids and Homeless: The Angel Adams Story

  1. lol, very funny… do you think all the people are made the same, with the same brain ? I don’t believe that someone who started having babies before 20 yo and kept going with that until qhe has 15 has enough brain to even understand what you said.
    But i understand you.

    Posted by buzzmoicabuzz | December 2, 2011, 3:04 am
  2. why should other people have to pay for her children. She is the one who had them. I dont feel sorry her al all, Why keep haveing children if u cant afford the ones u got, why keep haveing more. and why is she not working? her 3 older kids and watch the younger one at night so there mother can work. And why did the father get arrested? where is the father of the other children?

    Posted by marie johnson | December 2, 2011, 7:36 am

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