At first, Michael Brown’s mother didn’t want to adopt him.

Michael recently took part in a program to teach people about patronage.

In this system, children who need a guardian stay with foster families for a short time, and the government pays for everything they need.

But after she lived with him for a while, she changed her mind.

In February 2015, Tara Montgomery agreed to take in Michael Brown, who was 18 months old at the time.

She took him in and raised him along with her daughters. At first, there was no plan for Michael to be adopted. Instead, it was thought that he would eventually be reunited with his birth mother.

But in the end, she lost her right to be a parent.

In an interview with the Huffington Post, Michael Brown’s adoptive mother, Tara Montgomery, said, “At first, as a single mother, I didn’t think about adoption.

But Michael made me change my mind. I’ve always felt like he was a part of our family. When he wakes up in the morning, he comes to me and says, “Mom, I’m so happy.”