Thursday, October 18

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This Woman’s Stalker Followed Her Around Like A Lost Puppy, So She Took Him Home

This Woman’s Stalker Followed Her Around Like A Lost Puppy, So She Took Him Home

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); I've said this time and time again, but the fact remains that I'm a bit of a scaredy cat. I'm well into my twenties and I still have a fear that one day, I'm going to be kidnapped. My mother jokes that the person who takes me will bring me back in a hurry, but that doesn't stop me from being cautious. In a five-minute walk to the store, it's not uncommon for me to peer over my shoulder at least six times. If I ever do acquire a stalker, I hope they're as adorable as the one following this German flight attendant. Olivia Sievers works for a prominent airline in Europe and she frequently travels to Argentina for work. During these trips, she stays in the same hotel near Bu...
What’s Outside This Indiana Fire House Could Change How Our Adoption System Works

What’s Outside This Indiana Fire House Could Change How Our Adoption System Works

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The reasons why mothers might want to relinquish their babies to a Safe Haven are numerous. The mother may come from a low-income family unable to support her newborn, she could be the victim of sexual assault, she might fear for the baby's livelihood because she is in an abusive relationship. The list could go on, but thanks to Safe Haven laws, mothers are able to give up their newborns to emergency personnel within 30 days of giving birth. Recently, though, two Safe Haven locations in Indiana got a great upgrade. Because of it, the firemen of Woodburn, Indiana, may start seeing a lot more action around their firehouse. Wikimedia Commons A Safe Haven Baby Box drop off has been installed at the local volunteer department. The concept...
One Picture Of A Blind Baby No One Else Wanted Changed This Faily Forever

One Picture Of A Blind Baby No One Else Wanted Changed This Faily Forever

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Adoption is an amazing gift for both parents and children. It helps expand loving families and can save a child from a life lacking compassion or care. One baby in China named Primrose was struggling to find a forever home because she is blind. Born with congenital glaucoma, her eyes are silver in color. Chris and Eryn Austin, a couple from Georgia, never expected they would be traveling around the world to find the latest addition to their family, but the second they saw Primrose they knew she belonged with them. The Austins saw a picture of the baby girl and knew instantly they would cut through any red tape to get her home with them. Facebook / Eryn Roush Austin Beca...