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A Child of My Own
by Virginia Gill

Category: Family/Relationships/Spiritual/Religion
Description: The adoption of a baby is always special, but when that adoption comes as a special gift from God, both families know they are blessed. This is a true story of how love can build bridges and bring two families together to share in the blessed event of the birth of one special baby and keep these families close to share in the love and joy as she grows up.
eBook Publisher: DiskUs Publishing, 2002 2004
eBookwise Release Date: July 2007

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It was an exciting ride home. My emotions were high. I was so happy to have this wonderful new born, but my happiness was possible because of someone's pain.

Since this was a private adoption, the transfer was made outside the doors of the hospital. All the way down the long corridor I walked beside the wheelchair that carried my precious little bundle in the arms of the biological mother. We finally reached the front door, and went outside where our cars were waiting. The child-mother laid her newborn in my arms with a whisper, "I know you'll take good care of her." Her eyes full of tears, she then turned to get into her car with empty arms. I got into our car carrying little Bethany. I could hardly let go of her to put her in the car-seat; afraid that if I let go, she would suddenly vanish.


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