After Son's Death, Family Adopts Two Disabled Children

Last Christmas, newly adopted Angela Owens sat motionless in her toddler-sized wheelchair, unable to interact with her new family because of her disabilities, which include cerebral palsy and a genetic disorder called 1p36 deletion, which renders her unable to speak. But a few days ago, the three-year-old accidentally knocked over the family Christmas tree as she tested her little legs on a walker. As her "frazzled" mother tried to grab the tree, she saw that Angela was laughing. "Those...Full Story
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