“We see protection of children not as charity, nor as part of a political agenda, but as something near to the heart of God,” explains Aaron about their adoption decision.
“Because every human life bears his image, all life –no matter how young or old, no matter the stages of development — has inherent dignity and value.”
“It’s not that we think race doesn’t exist, or that we don’t see it. In fact, it’s the opposite – we see it, and we embrace it,” says Aaron.
The parents wanted the new babies to have a connection to their brother and sister. They asked the team at NEDC to be matched with African American embryos. Two embryos were implanted, hoping the transplant was successful.
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