Birth mother keeps newborn with birth defects after adoptive family reject her

Birth mother keeps newborn with birth defects after adoptive family reject her

Originally the newborn was to live in Georgia however upon first meeting the baby at the hospital the adoptive mother ran out of the room in tears, rejecting the infant.
The reason for the shocking decision that lead to the change of heart was Abigail suffers from severe birth defects.
At the time of discovering the pregnancy, Fisher knew she was not in a position to raise a child alone and made the decision to put her daughter up for adoption.
Fischer, according to the Northwest Florida Daily News the father of the child was no longer in her life. At the time she found out she was pregnant she described her living situation as ‘basically homeless’.
However the birth mother said that she didn’t believe in abortion and decided to find a suitable adoptive family for her unborn child. Fisher believed she found at the time what she thought to be the ideal family for adopting her baby. A seemingly loving family residing in Georgia she thought would be ideal parents for her baby. The prenatal testing results were normal of the baby as Fischer used to communicate often throughout the pregnancy with the adopting parents.
“Nothing was detected,” Fisher told the Northwest Florida Daily News.
“They just told me her ears looked a little small.”
In January this year Fisher gave birth to what she describes as a “perfect little girl”. Later it was diagnosed by the doctors that the baby is born with Treacher Collins, a very rare genetic condition. The condition affects the bones and the tissue of the face causing underdevelopment of certain facial structures including the jaw and cheekbone.
“I let her (adoptive mom) take the other wristband into the NICU,” Fischer said. “She came out crying, and left the hospital. We never heard from them again.”
Fischer claims the adoption agency was “appalled” with the behavior and “flagged” the family in the agency’s system.
As per reliable sources, the baby may need reconstructive surgery later on in life, but her condition will not prevent her from having a normal and typical life.
Fischer has launched a Go Fund Me Page to assist with the costs of raising the child with a belief that many people would come forward for the help of her innocent infant.

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