Old Mom: Dies at 69, Leaves Orphan Twins

After a failed attempt at in vitro fertilization in 2000, Allison Parr-Plasha and her husband, Mike, decided on adoption, but their options were limited because of their ages. Today, at 41 and 55 years old, respectively, they are considered by most adoption agencies to be too old to raise a newborn in the United States. Even abroad, certain countries place age limits on adoptive parents. As "global citizens," the couple turned to international adoption, falling in love and adopting Saul...Full Story
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