A little boy is in search of a lasting home.
At just five years old, he is reportedly on his third change of residential placement – at least.
Born to unmarried parents, the boy’s biological mother (presumably) had physical custody of him after his birth.
Later, for reasons not reported, he was placed with a Florida couple for several years.
Thereafter, also for reasons not reported, the boy was returned to his mother’s custody.
After the mother remarried, allegations surfaced that the mother’s new husband abused the boy. Then the boy was placed with his biological father – on a temporary basis.
Will this boy get a place to call home for good?
Maybe. A guardian ad litem reportedly favors making the placement with his biological father permanent.
The mother’s position on this was not reported.
Read more in this First Coast News article.