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An answer to a prayer for a baby brother

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Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. All this month we are posting new and previously run stories.

The photograph is unmistakable; it depicts a young infant, his face radiant with joy, gazing up at the camera with a broad smile. The border around the image is in the shape of a heart, symbolizing the love that surrounds the infant.

One of the children featured in CareLine, a publication of the Women’s Care Center, is Baby Remy. The Center has 32 centers in eleven states.

The newsletter I was perusing was the York, Pennsylvania edition, which featured a bold headline, “You Helped Annie Make a Heroic Choice…Adoption.”

Annie, Remy’s birth mother, is quoted as stating, “Upon discovering that she was pregnant, she was overcome with emotion and fell to her knees, crying.” However, by the time of the second ultrasound, I was astonished by the remarkable development. “I am profoundly affected—a small person is growing inside me.”

The ultrasounds evoked a profound emotional response in Annie, prompting her to make the decision to place her child for adoption. “Upon viewing the ultrasounds and observing the fetus’s movements, I was overwhelmed with a profound sense of love for this child.” “I am unable to provide him with anything less than what he deserves.”

Annie notes that placing her child for adoption was not an easy decision, but that the strength to do so came from her love for him.

Remy’s adoptive parents, Ashleigh and Adam, assert that Remy was a response to their son Kaiden’s supplication.

Ashleigh and Adam report that Kaiden prayed for a baby brother every night for a year.

During the month of November, which is designated as National Adoption Month, it is entirely appropriate to highlight the plight of infants such as Remy, who have been afforded the opportunity to live through the miracle of adoption. It is regrettable that adoption does not receive the attention it deserves in our society. Indeed, it can be argued that adoption represents a loving alternative to the inherent violence of abortion.

Remy is a content infant, the beneficiary of the affection bestowed upon him by both his biological mother and his adoptive mother. By providing financial and other forms of support to organizations such as the Women’s Care Center, which provide pregnancy-related services, we facilitate the possibility of such inspiring narratives.


Chelsea Garcia is a political writer with a special interest in international relations and social issues. Events surrounding the war in Ukraine and the war in Israel are a major focus for political journalists. But as a former local reporter, she is also interested in national politics.

Chelsea Garcia studied media, communication and political science in Texas, USA, and learned the journalistic trade during an internship at a daily newspaper. In addition to her political writing, she is pursuing a master's degree in multimedia and writing at Texas.

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