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Being blessed with one child was a miracle for my husband Rian and myself. After five years of doctors visits, We were finally parents!
I signed up on RainbowKids when our son Ian was a baby. And as soon as I got an email of a little (Bulgarian) boy with light hair and blue eyes named "Bobby" I fell in love! After praying for a month, that same boy came to my email again. I made a call to Children's House International, the agency he was listed with. We had started our home study and it all worked out with both agencies. By this time my oldest son Ian was 2 years old. A year and a half later we are home with a healthy, energetic, sweet little brother! We are truly blessed!
Thank you so much to Rainbow Kids I feel we would have never found him without your website and information.
With a Grateful Heart,
Children's House International (CHI) is a non- profit international adoption agency, licensed since 1975 and fully COA Hague accredited. CHI is dedicated to serving adoptive families, with programs in over 13 countries worldwide. We work in Bulgaria, China, Colombia, Ethiopia, Georgia (Republic of), Hungary, India, Mexico, Moldova, Poland,  ...Learn more, see kids, or contact agency PO Box 1829 Washington
24 Apr 2017
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