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Most parents dont get to choose their kids but mine did My parents chose to adopt a special needs child because they felt in their hearts it was what they were called to do My mom and dad honestly had no idea what they were getting into or exactly what was required They only knew what needed to be doneMy parents knew that God wanted them to adopt a child with physical problems and also to adopt internationally They received a huge book of photos showing kids from all over the world that needed a family There were boys and girls from infants to fourteen years old individual kids and groups of siblings healthy kids and kids with problems My parents saw a page in the book that read Maria 6048 date of birth 3-92 Maria is a smiling child from Russia She enjoys helping her teachers and playing with her friends Her right leg is underdeveloped and will require prosthetic intervention My mom and dad said I wasnt smiling in the photo and that I looked really hopeless They kept on looking at all the other kids but I stood out among all the others because when they saw my picture they knew in their hearts that I was meant to be part of their familyIt took around nine months to have the preparations for my adoption finished there was so much that had to be done before adoption papers immigration papers plane tickets passports visas a place to stay a car and a translator for while they were in Russia It seemed like the paperwork and expenses would never endMy mom and dads family were ecstatic and were telling their friends about how Jeff and Cindy would soon be getting their little girl from Russia Family and friends bought me loads of clothes and toys My new home was ready for me to arrive All that was needed was for me to move
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