A young mother when she found out she was pregnant could not keep the baby and decided to give it up for adoption. At the time of birth, the adoptive family was also present, but as soon as they saw the baby’s face, they left.
Every child, no matter how he is, deserves to grow up in a loving and family environment. Unfortunately, this does not happen to everyone. This story is about the endless love that exists between mother and child.
A mother from Florida when she found out she was pregnant realized that she would have to make the hardest decision of her life not to raise the baby herself because she already had a little girl.
Christina was about to be left homeless and was not at work. The baby’s father had left.
Thinking that a young family would take good care of her daughter she thought of giving her up for adoption with a broken heart. Through an adoption agency, Christina contacted a family in Georgia where she sent them ultrasound photos.
During the visits, the doctors had not noticed anything unusual in the child except that he had very small ears. Abigail Lynn Fisher was born on January 11, 2016. Christina recalled:
“I let her [adoptive mom] take the other wristband into the NICU.”
The mother was prepared to let the baby go with the new family but would never think of the turn of events.
“She [adoptive mom] came out crying, looked at Debra, and left the hospital. We never heard from them again.”
The family withdrew from adoption. Christina still did not understand why. He would later understand the reason after seeing the baby.
Abigail was born differently, she had Treacher Collins, a very rare genetic condition that affects the bones and tissue of the face, causing malformation.
She would also have difficulty breathing and eyes. Christina says that when she saw him for the first time she did not notice anything different in her but she looked like a beautiful angel.
She decided to raise the girl herself. “I took it as a sign that she was supposed to be mine. And now, she is my heart. Without her, I would cease to exist.”
Doctors told him that one of the parents should have this syndrome. Christina was not a carrier, apparently had been the father.
“There are doctors with Treacher Collins, even a male model. She may need reconstructive surgery, but she’ll be able to lead a perfectly normal life.”
Christina noted that her daughter was a happy baby who enjoyed bath time and loved laughing.