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No one wanted the girl with the silver eyes. Then a woman saw a detail in the photo and discovered her true identity

Becoming a mother is the dream of many women. To care for and love a little child who needs love and warmth.

And it doesn’t matter if it’s their biological child or not, no matter what, they will love the child above all else and do everything to make him or her happy.

And while there are those who dream of a child they can love and pamper, there are those who are blessed with a child that they cannot take care of.

Primrose was born a few years ago in China. But she didn’t look like the other babies. Her eyes looked like they were made of silver – and she was completely blind.

The girl’s biological parents did not know what to do and left the girl in an orphanage when she was only a few days old.

Erin and Chris Austin live in a small town in Brusselston, Georgia. Until a few years ago, they believed their lives were perfect. With two wonderful children, they didn’t need anything else in life.

But one day Erin was browsing Facebook, and saw a picture of Primrose.

When she saw the picture, it was like something happened inside her and she knew exactly what she had to do.

The process of bringing Primrose home began in January 2016. At the end of the process, Primrose was brought to her new family in the United States.

The couple later shared a video about their experience.

“There is nothing scarier than blindness”, Chris said in the video. “But there is no need to apologize for anything. When people hear she’s blind, they usually say, ‘I’m so sorry to hear that’, and I say,

“When it comes to adoption, there’s something that tugs at the heartstrings that’s hard to explain”, Chris said. “Some people can explain it spiritually and say that God is telling them that this is their
daughter or son. Some people will just have a gut feeling that this boy or girl is theirs. We knew from the moment we saw her picture that we want her and that she is our daughter”.

Watch the video with Erin, Chris and Primrose below:

Parenting is not in your DNA, it is in your heart.

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