Ree Drummond’s foster son Jamar Goff shares a heartfelt message for his foster father

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Jamar Goff, the foster son of Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, took to Instagram this weekend to share a birthday message for his foster father, Ladd Drummond.

Goff, 20, who was taken in by the Drummond’s in 2018, shared a photo of him with Ree, 54, and Ladd, 54, as he signed his letter of intent to play football for the University of Central Oklahoma, taken in February 2021.

He thanked his dad for taking him under his wing and for all the things he’s taught him since moving in with Ladd and Ree, who have a new TV project with her sister.

Birthday: Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond’s foster son, Jamar Goff, took to Instagram this weekend to share a birthday message for his foster father, Ladd Drummond

Foster parents: He thanked his dad for taking him under his wing and for all the things he's taught him since living with Ladd and Ree, who has a new TV project with her sister

Foster parents: He thanked his dad for taking him under his wing and for all the things he’s taught him since living with Ladd and Ree, who has a new TV project with her sister

“I am blessed with the best father figure I could wish for. The smartest, strongest, most devoted and committed man I know,” Goff began.

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“You’ve taught me more things than you know and you’re still teaching me,” Goff added.

“Thank you for all you’ve done and everything you do, I couldn’t be more thankful for the man I get to call ‘daddy.’ Congratulations!! Don’t work too hard,’ concluded Goff.

Blessed: 'I'm blessed with the best father figure I could wish for.  The smartest, strongest, most devoted and committed man I know,

Blessed: ‘I’m blessed with the best father figure I could wish for. The smartest, strongest, most devoted and committed man I know,” Goff began

Ree and Ladd welcomed Jared in 2018, though the prolific blogger Ree didn’t share anything about Jamal until 2020, when she published an excerpt from her book Frontier Follies on her blog, The Pioneer Woman.

She started by saying she hadn’t revealed much about Jamal because “the government agency that handles foster care has strict rules against posting about foster children on social media, which I understand.”

“But mostly, and this is kind of related, I feel protective of Jamar and have always wanted his story to be his own and not fodder for my social media which is often filled with crazy videos of my Basset hounds run slowly towards the camera. movement,” she added.

She also said she wanted to give him time to adjust to the family, but added in the November 2020 post that he was definitely “an inseparable part of our crazy family” now.

She added that he had recently turned 18 and the state agency restrictions now do not apply, adding that she never intended to raise a child, but Jamar was a different story.

“Raising a child was never something Ladd and I aspired to or felt called to do, but Jamar’s circumstances presented themselves to us in a way we couldn’t ignore,” she began.

Restrictions: She added that he had recently turned 18 and the government agency restrictions are not applicable now, adding that she never intended to foster a child, but Jamar was a different story

Restrictions: She added that he had recently turned 18 and the government agency restrictions are not applicable now, adding that she never intended to foster a child, but Jamar was a different story

“So, long story short, all six feet five inches of him showed up at our house one afternoon, bag in hand, ready to move in.” Ladd, who had the original idea for Jamar to live with us, had met him a few times. many times during high school football practice that summer,” she continued.

Ree added that her sons also knew him, but she had “never officially met Jamar before that day.”

Drummond also made her acting debut in the 2021 Discovery Plus Christmas film Candy Coated Christmas.

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Done: “So, long story short, all six feet five inches of him showed up at our house one afternoon, bag in hand, ready to move in.” Ladd, who had the original idea for Jamar to live with us, had met him a few times during high school football practice that summer,” she continued

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