Kelly and Greg Collet decided to be a foster family and ended up adopting eight of their 10 children (two are biological). "It just happened," says Kelly. "When the right kids came along, we knew they were ours. We had a lot of kids in and out of our home for five years (that they were a foster family)."
Kelly and Greg Collet decided to be a foster family and ended up adopting eight of their 10 children (two are biological). "It just happened," says Kelly. "When the right kids came along, we knew they were ours. We had a lot of kids in and out of our home for five years (that they were a foster family)." Katherine Jones/Idaho Statesman
Kelly and Greg Collet decided to be a foster family and ended up adopting eight of their 10 children (two are biological). "It just happened," says Kelly. "When the right kids came along, we knew they were ours. We had a lot of kids in and out of our home for five years (that they were a foster family)." Katherine Jones/Idaho Statesman

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