Ten years ago through a special adoption program, Jennifer took under her wing a tiny girl from China. She immediately fell in love with her and offered her a lot of care and maternal love. She decided to celebrate Christmas by presenting the little one with an “article of adoption.”
In Chinese orphanages, children who are looking for new families are reported to local newspapers. As a result, almost every child has a short note in the paper informing people that the kid is in an orphanage and is now ready for adoption. Next to the article you’ll usually find the child’s picture.
The mother of 10-year-old Audrey Doering began searching for this article. She reached out to the adoption organization, and they quickly sent her what she was looking for. She was in complete shock when she saw the picture in the paper. It showed Audrey’s biological mother holding in her lap two identical girls. One was called Min Dong Gui and the other Tong Mei Min. The combination of these two names creates the word rose. That’s exactly what twins are often called in China.