Air force couple discovers adoption delivers ... Life's precious gift

Eilerman, 2nd Lt. Julie
December 1998
Airman;Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p26
Reports on the experiences of United States Air Force Colonel Jim Hutchison and his wife Peggy Hutchison in their adoption of a boy and two Russian girls. Inclusion in a waiting list; Decision to adopt children from Russia; Travel to Russia; Meeting with the children; Bonding with the children.


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