When they first met, Peter Mutabazi knew he would be Tony’s dad.
Their narrative is a heartfelt journey through love and family.
Foster children can be abandoned for years and frequently endure great vulnerability.
But a surprising hero ensures that this endearing story has a happy conclusion.
Peter’s own youth in Uganda was challenging since he was raised in poverty and ended up living on the streets.
But after being saved and welcomed into a loving home, he understood his duty to return the favor and enter the foster care system.
In Oklahoma, Peter made the decision to explore fostering in 2017.
When he visited a neighboring agency, he was originally worried that, as a single man, he would not be a good fit.
He registered and finished the required training to become a foster parent despite his concerns.
There he met Tony, a little boy whose previous adoptive parents had left him at a hospital.
Peter thinks they were destined to be together and are the ideal father-son duo.
The perfect union.
This arduous and turbulent trip ended in reaching a family that belonged together.
He announces that day with great enthusiasm. He is now a citizen of the United States.
He is happy, appreciative, and full of optimism. The joy in his heart and being home after such a long travel is simply beyond words.
He now has a son in addition to a new citizenship.
Despite being just 13 years old, his new child is exceptionally educated and well-read, according to him.
He continues by mentioning his son’s amazing sense of humor, his love of video games, riding, and discovering new locations.