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An 8-year-old boy in Texas is finally getting the family he always wanted, after being in the foster care system for half of his life.
Nike, Garza, was celebrated by more than 300 people in a Collin County court on Monday, during a special adoption ceremony in which the appearance of Batman and the swag of the Dallas Cowboys.
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Nike, Garza, was made by David and Kristi Schwartz, to join their other two children, who also had been adopted. (Photo: Courtesy of Buckner International).
Following the life of 1,553 days as a kid, Nike was launched by David and Kristi Schwartz, to join their other two children – one of whom has been determined. In attendance at the occasion were the second-grader’s friends, classmates, and the members of the church, all wearing T-shirts with the inscription “May the Schwartz be with you,” which was a play on words for his new family’s last name and a quote from the 1987 film Spaceballs.”
In a video posted on Twitter by the agency Bucker, International, laughing, Nike is seen to be surrounded by loved ones on this special occasion, and even dancing in celebration.
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Nike received a big surprise when he was gifted with a football signed by his favorite NFL player is Cowboys ‘ quarterback, Dak Prescott, and the whole of 2019, don’t forget for the team. He was also in the other Guys clothes, and goods.
“Everyone at Buckner International is pleased to have Nike as the down travel is completed within four years, and now he is finally with his forever family,” Andi, Harrison, North Texas Buckner International foster care & Adoption program manager, told Fox News on Wednesday.
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Nike got a huge surprise when he was gifted with a football signed by his favorite NFL player, and the Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott, and the whole of 2019, don’t forget for the team. (Photo: Courtesy of Buckner International).
“There is a great need in our country for the foster parents to provide temporary or long-term care for vulnerable children,” said Andi, Harrison, Buckner International’s Foster Care & Adoption-the director of the program. (Photo: Courtesy of Buckner International).
“We have been blessed to walk hand in hand with the Schwartz family during the process of adoption. Nike has been loved so much, as it turns out, the 300 family and friends who came out to get his approval. He is truly a complete family.”
Although, Nike finally got his forever home, Harrison pointed to the fact that there are still more than 442,000 children in foster care in the U.S., 33,000 of those were in Texas alone.
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“There is a great need in our country for the foster parents to provide temporary or long-term care for vulnerable children,” she added.