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Published on June 11th 2024
A 3-pound infant left at a fire station, finds a loving home.


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In May of 2022, this infant was left at a Louisville, Kentucky fire station wrapped in blanket with a note attached that read, "I love you."

Meanwhile, Chris 43, and Brittany Tyler 37, a couple with fertility issues, had fostered 17 children over seven years, and requested this baby, when he would be ready for a home.


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But he first spent several weeks in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), struggling to survive.

Ultimately, the Tylers, adoptive parents of two children, had this foster baby offered to them, and they quickly accepted.

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"He was so small and had a feeding tube," Brittany told The Washington Post. But he thrived with the Tyler family.

It grew into a deeply loving relationship, and on December 18, 2023, the Tylers adopted this child, they had named Samuel (Sam).

Sam, who turned 2 in May, has already bonded with his big brothers, Judah 8, and Calvin 5.


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"They are good big brothers to him," Chris told The Post. "They love him and they enjoy doting on him."

Sam has also developed quite a personality. "He is hilarious," said Brittany. "He loves to play with the big kids. Anything they're doing, he wants to do it, too."


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Sam and his brothers will soon have a sister.

The Tylers have been fostering a medically fragile little girl for nearly a year, a child eight months younger than Sam.

With her complex medical issues, and numerous doctor visits, no-one else stepped up, but to the Tylers, she is a blessing, and they are adopting her.

As for Sam's birth mother, Brittany said, "We hope that she knows he is safe, he is happy and he is loved."

Editor's Note: To learn more washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2024/02/23/adoption-tyler-foster-safe-haven/.

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