She is best known for her weekly show The Pioneer Girl on countless books and food networks.
In Ree Drummond’s new book, Frontier Follies, she reveals that she has a foster son, Zamar.
Cookbook author / TV star shared a Area On his website, titled ‘Bonus Kit’.
Ree, 51, said he could not talk about him because of state law and regulations, but now that he is 18, it no longer applies.
Very sweet: She is best known for her numerous books and the weekly show The Pioneer Girl on the Food Network. In Ree Drummond’s new book, Frontier Follies, she reveals that she has a foster son, Zamar.
In addition, Ree wrote: ‘I’m writing about Jamar now, because after living in our house for a year and a half, he is an inseparable part of our wacky family.’
Adding: ‘I find it strange not to talk about him. He is now eighteen years old, which means that governmental regulations no longer apply – and most importantly, he told me he’s tired of trying to hide him from the world. ‘
Ree and Lott have four children: sons Price, 18, and Todd, 16, and daughters Alex, 23, and Baiz, 21.
He wrote that Zamar came to their ‘foster son absolutely circumstantial’.
Previously, raising a child was not something she and her husband Lot had intended to do, but Ree explained that they could not ignore Zamar’s circumstances.
She said, ‘Long story short story, his six feet five inches were ready to go inside our house, hand bag, one afternoon.’
Lott had met him a few times during high school football training and had the initial intention of living with them.
A few days after he arrived, Zamar was in a serious accident with an ATV, requiring skin grafting and double ligament surgery on his leg.
Jamar had dreams of continuing his football career, and it took him six weeks to recover as the injury was a ‘glorious, scary time’.
He gained thirty pounds this time because he said he was trying to raise him while he was in bed; Then he shed the thirty pounds he had earned.
Very nice: Lott met him a few times during high school football training and had the initial intention of living with them.
Because of the injury, it ‘forced all of us to come pretty brave and fast,’ and he changed his footwear every day, gave him medicine, and tested him all night.
Lot took him to his doctor appointments and physical therapy session, while his sons Bryce and Todd helped him in and out of bed, wrapping his legs in plastic before a shower and spending time with him.
‘We were all involved in Zamar’s business, and if there was any reluctance to communicate with each other and be comfortable in any of our areas, his injury quickly knocked over those walls and gave us a reason to come together.’
Adding: ‘Zamar had to learn to trust us, it was not easy. But again, the malfunction is sure. ‘
Ree sweetly called him ‘my bonus son’: he was bigger than life, with a hilarious laugh, very clever – both the book and the street. He was an excellent child who overcame some difficulties in his life, not to mention a difficult accident (and a foster mother exaggerated him and accidentally tried to turn him into a fisherman fisherman). ‘
Beautiful: Ree and Lot have four children: sons Price, 18, and Todd, 16, and daughters Alex, 23, and Baiz, 21.