Chinese Baby with Down Syndrome Needs Adoptive Family

Second Chance Adoption hopes to find baby boy a new home.

Second Chance Adoption hopes to find baby boy a new home.

by Rachel Moshman -

Second Chance Adoption posted an urgent message regarding a baby boy in need of an adoptive family on their Facebook page on Dec. 31. Families all across the U.S. are crushed by Russia’s adoption ban, according to a Dec. 31 Trib Total Media report. However, this little boy is currently in California and ready to bring hope to a family that has been waiting to adopt.

Second Chance Adoption is a group dedicated to finding families for children adopted internationally that need new homes (or second chances) because the first adoptive placement didn’t work out. However, they are currently seeking a first adoptive home for an infant who was born in the United States.

Deming is a Chinese baby boy who was born in California on Nov. 17, 2012. Deming is a U.S. citizen. His mother became pregnant with him in China, but made arrangements to give birth to him in the United States because of China’s laws regarding second children. It is illegal for the mother to raise him and she will be returning to China on Jan. 11.

Read more at Adoptive home desperately needed for U.S. Chinese baby boy with Down’s syndrome.

[Via Examiner]

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