Real life. Because of her appearance, no one wanted her. One meeting changed the life of a girl with strange eyes

In China, a girl named Primrose was born, from the very birth she was different from other newborns.

 Taken from real life. Due to her appearance, no one wanted her. One meeting changed the life of a girl with strange eyes

The fact is that her eyes were as colored as if they were cast in pure silver. The child was completely blind, suffering from congenital glaucoma. This is a fairly rare condition (1 in 30,000 newborns) and can lead to severe and permanent loss of vision.

Parents rejected their hand because of its unusual appearance

 Real life. Due to her appearance, no one wanted her. One meeting changed the life of a girl with strange eyes

Immediately at the maternity hospital, her mother wrote her a refusal and after a few days the baby was taken to a shelter.

Like all children, Primrose waited every day for someone to pick her up and give her genuine parental care, love and warmth . But days, months and years passed and the miracle did not happen …

A married couple from Braselton, Georgia, Erin and Chris Austin, had a full family. They had their own house and two lovely kids – what else do you need to be happy? But one day a woman was browsing her Facebook feed, suddenly she saw a picture of Primrose …

As she later said: & ldquo; upside down. Suddenly I realized clearly – this is my baby … “

The Austins decided to adopt the girl. The adoption process took several months, and Primrose went to the United States to live with her large and loving family.

 Taken from life. Because of her appearance, no one wanted her. One meeting changed the life of a girl with strange eyes

Of course, everything was not that easy, the spouses had to fly through the USA, Georgia and China. They've gone through all nine circles of bureaucratic hell, but have no regrets. Despite the health problems of the girls who had to remove the sick eyes, the happy family never regretted their decision.


source: YouTube/Did You Know?