Why daughter decided to send letters to biological mom Diane Downs in prison

Becky Babcock told "20/20" she decided to write a letter to her birth mom Diane Downs because she felt "empty" after giving her second baby up for adoption.
0:54 | 03/21/19

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The first letter at red day and I must've written a hundred times. OK an. I was nervous. It was exciting it was scary news. I want internally to her. Not as a mother because I happen out there. This is somebody that felt that an emptiness that I felt in that time. Zero back exuberant quickly violence in the mailbox and saw her letter. Alias. Like condones. And I opened it and I threw it away that I Macon state. It didn't just carry it open in. And start reading I sat I thought about it for awhile and pitch tone is open. Intends to in a sense allow. Her into my life.

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