“How can you be without your daughter?” asked a little girl who approached me in the orphanage.

This incident took place fifteen years ago. I was abruptly questioned by a young girl at the orphanage, “Do you have a daughter?” I chuckled back and said, “I only have a son, and he’s already grown up.” The girl exclaimed, “But how can you be without a daughter?” while heaving a heavy sigh. I was amazed, and that’s an understatement. The young girl continued, “I can be your daughter if you want.” She caught me off surprise, and I was at a loss for words. I recalled my life as I gazed into her pure eyes.

You know, before my son was born, I had always wanted a girl, but after he was born, I was too afraid to try for another kid. My thoughts on this issue never stopped. However, how is it possible to exist without a daughter? I told her, “Of course, I want that!” in a matter of minutes. I embraced her and was unable to let go. She had been living in the orphanage since she was three years old and was only seven years old at the time.None of her relatives wanted to take her in because her parents had died in a car accident. The youngster was genuinely happy to have a new family. This little miracle brought so much joy, love, and happiness into our lives that I wanted to cry. The youngster gained a lot of family and friends in addition to us.

My husband initially opposed the idea, but after seeing her, all of his reservations vanished and he was instantly won over. Other than her academic performance, the girl was trouble-free. It came out that she had a considerable academic deficit. But eventually, this problem went away entirely. She also had an aptitude for poetry writing and sketching.

At first, my husband was against this idea, but seeing her, all doubts disappeared; she melted his heart in an instant. There were no problems with the girl, except for her performance at school. It turned out she was significantly behind in her studies. However, after a while, this issue disappeared completely. Besides that, she had a talent for drawing and writing poems.
Our daughter’s childhood whizzed by and she soon became a young woman. We were proud of her. She turned out to be a child who was so appreciative that it occasionally made me feel shy. She frequently exclaims, “How fortunate you were to become my mother and not turn me down back then! I appreciate that. “But you were right that I couldn’t be without a daughter, I tell her. I’m ecstatic and thankful that fate brought us together.

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