Alexis Preston was usually 23 years aged when she supposed a fact that her eight-month-old daughter, Lexi, would have to grow adult but her.
Diagnosed with theatre 4 breast cancer, Preston knew she was going to die. That’s because when she met Heather Salazar in 2002, she did all she could to remonstrate a mom-of-three and her father to adopt Lexi. With no one else to spin to, a immature Ohio mom pinned her hopes on a Salazars to give her baby a amatory home. It usually took 3 days for a family to agree. “It was meant to be,” Salazar said. “She was meant to be ours.”
By a time Lexi’s adoption was finalized, Salazar was frequently holding Preston to her chemotherapy treatments. She upheld divided a week after her 24th birthday.
For a subsequent dual years, Lexi lived happily with her new family. Then Salazar perceived terrible news.
Salazar had been diagnosed with breast cancer as well. “I was really, unequivocally angry. We adopted this child to adore her,” she said. “Is Lexi going to remove dual moms?”