She ain’t heavy
Posted: 31 Aug 2012 @ 00:43
She ain't heavy: in 2009, Southend-on-Sea borough council placed
an advertisement in the Church Times for a "loving, caring
home" for a girl, aged three, who had cerebal palsy, a feeding tube
in her stomach, and an eye condition.
The Revd Diane Couture, Rector of the Whitacres, Lea Marston,
and Shustoke, and her husband saw the advert, and, three years
later, they are the adoptive parents of Chloe, who is now six. She
is eating, signing, and speaking, and has also had ...
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