Nurse Jess Hamm from Florida adopts twin baby girls from the hospital where she was working. Hamm wants to remove the stigma related to adoption and shares her story with the world in hopes that more people will consider the option of adoption and give a safe home to these beautiful young souls from broken homes.
#1 Hamm Was Heartbroken To See The State Of The Girls
Nurse Jess Hamm was heartbroken when she saw baby Delilah in the intensive care unit. The baby was extremely underfed, had several broken bones, and a fractured skull. She was so weak she couldn’t even hold her own head up. Talking to media she said, "My heart was broken. I don’t want to cry. She was just so lifeless, but she still held onto my finger. I was like 'oh my gosh, I’m going to take her home.'"
#2 She Immediately Applied For Adoption Of Both The Girls
For the purpose, Hamm immediately contacted Florida Department of Children and Families and was devastated to find out that Delilah has a twin sister who was in the same condition and was treated in the same hospital. Hamm says, "They’ve been through so much. They’re completely different kids. If you had met them when I met them you’d be amazed."
#3 Hamm Proudly Tells The World About Her Baby Girls
Hamm didn't give a second thought about it and immediately filed for the adoption of both the baby girls. Both the adorable sisters are now living happy and safe lives with their mom Hamm in their new home.
Talking about her daughters, Hamm proudly told that Caroline is the social butterfly of the family and she always watches out for her sister Delilah, while the other twin is shy and likes to keep to herself. Once she finds something she likes, she can entertain herself for quite a long time.
#4 Hamm Wants To Create Awareness Regarding Adoption
Hamm says, with the arrival of her daughters, her life is complete now. She is living a happy and a blessed life now. According to the new mom, she is sharing her story with the public in hope that the world would open up more to the idea of adoption, "I hope when people hear my story it opens them up to the possibilities of adopting."