Kind-hearted couple have adopted six BLIND children from around the world
From the UK Daily Mail
A selfless couple have adopted six blind children from around the world. Joe and Karen Bartling, both 60, of Oakton, Virginia, dreamed of having a large family but struggled to conceive naturally after having their biological son Joel, 30. Keen to help, they decided to adopt two-year-old Hannah, who was born with no eyes due to a developmental disorder. She moved to the US to be with them in 1997.
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