June 2015 March 13, 2010, a date etched in our memory as a divine and blissful feeling. It was a dream my husband and I had dreamt during our courtship days. A dream though not impossible but radical for a conservative Tam bram community from which we hail. It was in 2008,when our daughter turned had eight that this dream was rekindled. During dinner she had wished if she had a brother or a sister like her friends. Peer pressure we thought, but also within our hearts felt that she would need someone to call her own when we are gone. Co-incidentally we were invited to a friend’s home after a few days, where destiny brought a divine solution, marrying our long forgotten dream with our daughter’s wish. We were introduced to a four month old sweet baby, whom they had adopted, since they were unable to get a biological child. This re kindled our long lost dream and the solution hit like a thunderbolt. It solved our dilemma regarding having one more biological kid, which would have widened the age gap between our daughter and the unborn. Adoption would give our family, as well as the new child, a new lease of life. We were enthused by this solution and discussed it with our near and dear ones. By divine grace, the idea was welcomed with joy in our family. So the processes began with applications, research, and the wait for the child. Almost a year and half passed before the much awaited call came. We were elated, as we were about to meet the joy of our life. “Childbirth is an act of nature. Adoption is an act of GOD.” As we entered the place we were spellbound to see it spic and span. There was a play area, surrounded by many rooms, each divided according to the age groups of children. We saw kids playing inside a huge tub filled with eco-friendly balls. Our eyes searched for the One. Then it happened! A chubby little boy with a cute smile that set off dimples in his cheeks was holding on to the caretaker’s hands as if his life depended on her. His smile and the twinkle in his eyes were worth a million words. We were mesmerised by him. Rest of the process went smoothly. We bought him home in a couple of months’ time after the court procedures were over. He merged with our family members, within twenty four hours. Relatives and friends thronged to meet him. The joy that his smile and prattle bought us was enormous. My daughter was happy that she could play with someone at home. Our family was complete. We enrolled him in a play school after two months. . He has now seven years old. The house reverberates with his naughtiness, his weird questions and his dancing and laughter. He wishes to be a chef and follows cookery programmes along with the regular doses of cartoons on TV. He loves to participate in gymnastics which helps us control his hyper activity. The icing on the cake is that we are known as his parents rather than by our own identities in our society. Divine isn’t it..?
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