A newborn girl was heartbreakingly abandoned, but she was immediately adopted by a loving couple.
After the birth, the baby’s mother left her at the hospital without giving her a name.
The child was called “Safe Surrender” after the name of her county.
The Wilsons were grocery shopping with their 12-year-old adoptive daughter when Grace received an unexpected phone call from the foster care service.
Grace Kriegel had been fostering 7 children and had provided temporary care for numerous children over the years.
She was informed that a baby girl had been abandoned at the hospital and they needed their support to provide a temporary home for the child.
Grace and her husband gave their approval. They hurried home to get their car seat, some newborn clothes, and a bag of diapers.
An hour later, they were holding their charming little girl in their arms.
They brought the baby home. They tried to give her a new name, but they didn’t have the right to do so.
The family was on vacation when they received a call from a foster home.
Safe Surrender was only four months old. Since the girl hadn’t received post-birth check-ups, she needed to be evaluated.
Grace decided to end their vacation immediately.
On that day, the baby underwent tests on her spine, heart, kidneys, and more. She was born with defects, and many surgeries were essential for the little one.
The kind-hearted couple didn’t give up on Safe Surrender during this challenging time. They were always by her side, caring for her with tenderness.
They even used their own resources to obtain the necessary equipment she needed.
Grace and her entire family lent a helping hand to the little girl, and they ended up loving her deeply.
The woman made the decision to adopt the girl without hesitation.
She gave the little one a new name. She was now called Arya.