I don’t like the baby we adopted (Beverly Hills)
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Date: 2008-12-14, 11:15PM PST
Hello. My name is Barbara Stanwick. I need help, my adopted baby isn’t what
I expected and I don’t like it. Here’s my story…
Ever since my husband, Don, and I married 22 years ago, I’ve wanted children
. The years passed, and once I turned 45, I knew it was too late for me to
conceive. So last year, on my 46th birthday, Don surprised me with adoption
papers. It was the greatest day of my life. We were going to adopt a baby!
It was from China, but I was still excited (we’re very gracious, and wanted
to save a baby from the communists)!
After being on the adoption list for several months we were informed that a
child had been selected for us! My anxiety acts up on planes, so Don’s
assistant, Lauren, retrieved the baby from the Orient. I was finally going
to have my very own baby.
When Lauren walked in, it was swaddled in blankets. I named her Wing, right
then and there. A combination of Wang and Ling. I had never been happier,
holding little Wing in my arms.
But it was all downhill from there. I pulled back the blanket from her face
and that’s when I saw the problem. Not only did Wing NOT look like wanted
her to, but she was BALD! I had been given a BALD Chinese looking baby! My
vertigo hit me like a wall.
Since then, I have been trying to send Wing back to China, but they won’t
take her. I filed a complaint with the adoption agency, but they didn’t
accept “bald baby” as a reason for returning it. Wing cries all the time,
which makes my migraines act up and I think the cat might be allergic to her
as well. If anyone would like to take Wing, even though she’s bald, I will
either trade or sell her to you. She’s not a bad baby, I just think we can
find a better one. Thank you for your time. Serious inquiries only.
* Location: Beverly Hills
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