Thank you Liz for such kindness, you are an angel. May God bless you and your daughter
This life is full of unpredictable and unexpected things – this is not something that we do not fully know. Most of us have plans for the future, but not everything goes according to plan, and we find ourselves in situations that we cannot even imagine.
Liz Smith, a nurse at Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Brighton, Massachusetts, saw her siblings and friends get married and had children, and the 45-year-old woman wanted it. Deep down, she knew that one day she would become a good mother, loving and faithful like her late mother. Smith’s parents divorced when She was 19 and her mother always filled their home with joy and laughter.
“My mom was a pediatric nurse who always put others first,” Smith said. “So I wanted to grow up and become a nurse.”
Smith is the best aunt in the world for her 13 grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and everyone agrees that she is the most caring person they have ever met. Smith’s sister, Ellie Smith, is a teacher by nature and said she would be fine if she had a chance to become a mother.
Smith believed she could help him conceive in vitro when she had a baby, but health insurance couldn’t afford the expensive treatment, and she couldn’t afford it. He really wanted a baby, but never thought about adopting or adopting an 8-month-old girl named Giselle, who had bright blue eyes and an angelic face.
October 18, 2017 was the day the lovers officially became mothers and daughters, and it was the best day of their lives.
“This is a long-awaited relationship between my sister, mother and daughter,” said 44-year-old Phil Smith. “Obviously, they completely brought each other together.”
Giselle has been taking tubes of supplements since she was two, but her days are full of laughter. She loves to eat cheese and pizza and she is the kindest little lady.
“Her new favorite song is“ You are my sweetheart, ”Smith said. – Every time I sing it, I think, “You have no idea.”