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Great Success with Great Wall China Adoption

by Lisa
(BLOOMINGTON, IN, USA)

When I wanted to adopt a child it was set in my mind that this child would be a Chinese baby due to the amount abuse that sometimes plague these little girls in their home countries. Since there is a limit to the amount of children a couple can have in China, the people of the country strongly favor little boys instead of girls, thus most of these girls end up orphaned, showing up randomly on the streets.


I wanted to help a little Chinese girl have a good life. After a little research I discovered the Great Wall China Adoption. (GWCA) I called them the following morning and spoke with a woman who was very well-mannered and seemed to care for me and the children. We set up a time for us to meet and discuss my options. A week later I met with this woman - "Beth" - and we discussed the adoption process and she showed me a picture of a little girl I could adopt.

I was very excited at this point about my International Chinese Adoption! But the problem was I had no funds to do so. Thankfully I was able to get the money by holding a fundraiser in my town!

About four months after the adoption process was initiated I finally met my little girl. It was nice because she was brought by Beth directly to my home! The little girl was so adorable. She was only about a year old. When I first held her I knew it was the right decision. I was overflowing with happiness.

There is absolutely nothing I would do differently. Great Wall China Adoption was a great company to deal with.

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