Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

When She Adopted 3 Black Babies, Her Husband Had The BEST Reaction.

The couple feel strong about the protection of human life which is why they sought the help of the National Embryo Donation Center, a Christian embryo bank when they made the choice to expand their family.

The parents wanted the new babies to have a connection to their brother and sister. They asked the team at NEDC to be matched with African American embryos. Two embryos were implanted, hoping the transplant was successful.

The couple feel strong about the protection of human life which is why they sought the help of the National Embryo Donation Center, a Christian embryo bank when they made the choice to expand their family.

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While working full-time as missionaries in Honduras, they encountered some confusion trying to explain two embryos were implanted. Doctors finally explained to the pair one of the embryos had split. They were expecting triplets!

"In our minds, we are just living out our dream. A dream that may not look like the average family, but one that we are thankful could come true in light of our country’s history," says the proud papa.

While working full-time as missionaries in Honduras, they encountered some confusion trying to explain two embryos were implanted. Doctors finally explained to the pair one of the embryos had split. They were expecting triplets!

Aaron Halbert / Facebook

Aaron admits their family may not look the way they imagined it when they were dating.

Yet, they wouldn't change anything about it one bit.

Aaron admits their family may not look the way they imagined it when they were dating.

Aaron Halbert / Facebook

Aaron loves the joy of taking his son for a haircut where his African American friends go or his wife asking her friends for tips to care for their biracial daughter's hair.

He sees these things as a way to connect with others and make life richer and fuller. "It forces you to think in a new way about the way you think, speak, act and live," says Aaron.

Aaron loves the joy of taking his son for a haircut where his African American friends go or his wife asking her friends for tips to care for their biracial daughter's hair.

Aaron Halbert / Facebook

His family is not a rainbow tribe or the United Nations, it's more than that.

"I can remember a friend going through the adoption process telling me he had always wanted his family to look like a little United Nations. As I look at my growing family, I prefer to take it a step further, daring to hope that our family picture is a little hint of Heaven," says Aaron of his large family.

His family is not a rainbow tribe or the United Nations, it's more than that.

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