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Thursday, 2 March 2017

Adoptive Mom Abandons Baby In Hospital After Seeing Her Face

Suddenly abandoned: When she met her, Abigail's adoptive mother fled the hospital, apparently because little Abigail was not the baby she had hoped for 
'She said how deformed she is...we never heard from her again': Baby born with rare genetic condition is abandoned by adoptive parents who 'fled' hospital upon seeing little girl... so her birth mother keeps her instead

Christina Fisher fell pregnant but decided to give the baby up for adoption
The Florida woman felt she could not provide adequate care for her child
Ms Fisher selected the unidentified adoptive parents through an agency
Abigail Lynn was born with the rare condition, Treacher Collins syndrome
This resulted in the underdevelopment of some of her key facial structures
Adoptive mother fled the hospital saying baby was 'not what she hoped for'
Ms Fisher kept the baby and says she could not imagine life without her
Rare condition: Abigail (pictured) was born with a rare condition, Treacher Collins syndrome, which resulted in the underdevelopment of some of her facial structures 

Five-month-old baby, Abigail Lynn, is supposed to be living with her adoptive parents in Georgia, but instead she is at home with her biological birth mother, Christina Fisher, in Florida.
But rather than this being an unusual turn of events or an unlikely story, the truth of how little Abigail came to live with her real mother is both heartbreaking and heart-warming in equal measure.
Abigail Lynn was born with a very rare condition, Treacher Collins syndrome, on January 11, 2016.
Because of this genetic condition, which resulted in the underdevelopment of some of her facial structures, Abigail's adoptive mother abandoned her and fled the hospital when she saw her, claiming Abigail was not the baby she had hoped for.
Baby Abigail was thus taken in by her birth mother, who now says she couldn't imagine living without her.

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