Meet the Hams: Two Arizona gay men who have adopted TWELVE children - 1 page article with video in the Daily Mail
For many couples, one child is enough. For others, two or three is ideal. But Roger and Steven Ham say that after adopting 12 children, they finally feel their family is complete. The couple had planned to adopt just one child when they decided their 3,000-square-foot house in Arizona seemed too big for just the two of them.
Phoenix gay dads adopt, raise 12 happy kids - 6 page article in ArizonaCentral.com
Arizona, one of the most unlikely places for two gay men to piece together a family.
In Arizona, two men can't be married, nor adopt children together. [...]
It took a decade, some heartache, a lot of love and never taking no for an answer to gather this unlikely group around this huge table for spaghetti.
Steven and Roger Ham wanted a family. And each of their sons and daughters was desperate for one. But bringing together this family wasn't easy.
"We had to fight to get them," Roger says.
"We had to fight to get them all," Steven says.