Adopted Daughter, Birth Mother Hear Each Other for First Time

After 47 years, Teresa Stinson found her birth mother Chris Shirley and was able to talk to her on the phone.
1:06 | 04/29/15

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Her who's news. Hi Chris how are you as unaffected talk to you for just a mom. I did a few are aware but they just opened adoption records in Ohio I'm actually just opened my birth certificate yesterday. And the birth mother on my. On my birth records was Crist teen blew us. And I'm pretty certain that I'm the person that you've been looking for referral YL. On the other end of the line is Teresa's birth mother Crist surely she had been waiting for this phone call for decades you're kidding me. I'm not kidding. Here. Yeah. He. Look. Her. Charlotte is more important than ever want more she. I just wanted to make sure it was okay that I college. Clarinet and sit. In here.

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