Well, finally, today could be the end of the waiting for BM to give consent to waive her parental rights.  If she doesn’t give consent today, we will likely have to go to a meeting this week with our adoption worker, BM, and her lawyer to discuss the possibility of future visits.

If that happens, the judge can accept her waiver, and terminate her rights, and make Braydon a Crown Ward.  After that, we will have a meeting with the social workers, and sign paper work to begin the official placement toward adoption.  Technically, there is a six month probation period.

Our Family & Children’s Services (or Children’s Aid Society) is quite progressive, and allows both periods to happen at the same time.  Other societies wait for the crown ward order before the adoption probation period can start.  That just stretches the whole process over more time.

It will probably be mid-afternoon before we know what is up.


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