Figure Skater Scott Hamilton Adopts from Haiti

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1D274907272531-hamilton-family.blocks_desktop_mediumOlympic gold medal figure skater Scott Hamilton and his wife Tracie have recently adopted two children from Haiti.  Scott, who was adopted as a baby, and Tracie have long supported charities helping people adopted and began to work with Live Beyond, a non-profit working with a Haitian orphanage after the 2010 earthquake.  The Hamiltons, who have two biological children, decided to adopt in 2012 and they brought their children – 11-year-old Evelyne and her 13-year-old brother Jean Paul – home this September.

“They’re beautiful, beautiful children and our hearts are twice the size they were before,” Scott said.  “We’re blessed beyond our wildest dreams.”

01/12/2014 | by News | Categories: Adoption, Adoption News | 0 Comments



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