She first met her sons in the office of Child Protective Services.
He was able to cut his newborn’s umbillical cord.
They saw a special-needs adoption photolisting and knew it was meant to be.
When she met her son, “it felt like a piece of me that I hadn’t even noticed was gone had returned.”
The little girl who was supposed to be a temporary foster care respite placement was their family’s missing piece.
Their kids were 3, 6, and 8 when they first came to their home.