She threw her baby right after birth. Wait till you see her. Ten years later, Alba completely revolutionized my life. Now everything revolves around her. She brought me happiness and a sense of fulfillment. I’m proud to be your daughter, Add, the doting father, said. When it comes to reading stories about abandoned children who are finally reunited with their loving parents, there’s nothing more heartwarming.
Luca Trapanese, an Italian man, adopted his daughter Alba when she was 13 years old when she was a baby. In Italy, single homosexual males are less likely than heterosexual men to be granted custody of children. Alba was rejected by 20 families until she was picked by the 41 year old man who ran the program. The joy that he adopted his daughter with down syndrome is given to his wife has been recounted by a single father who adopted her after she was rejected by 20 other homes.
Luca Trapanese, 41, of Naples, Italy, who adopted his daughter Alba when she was just 13 days old, has amassed thousands of followers on Instagram as a result of his willingness to share their lives with the rest of the world. I was filled with joy the first time I held her in my arms.
I immediately felt like she was my daughter, he told Board Panda about the first time they met after Alba’s mother had given her up because she had down syndrome. He claims that as a single gay guy, he was advised by Social Services that he would only be eligible to adopt a child who had special needs or a history of behavioral problems.
His previous experience volunteering and working with persons with impairments since his adolescence didn’t deter him. According to him, she provided him with the contentment and the sense of fulfillment. I feel honored to be her father. I wanted her to be my daughter. He explained via sharing his life with his adoptive daughter Alba, that Luca Trapanese, 41, has earned thousands of followers on social media.
Luca, who has volunteered to assist children with disabilities since he was 14 years old, claims that because he’s a single homosexual guy, he was told that he could only adopt a child who had health or behavioral issues. The man believes that his previous work with people with disabilities equipped him with the necessary knowledge and experience to adopt Elva, with whom he was photographed playing at home earlier this month.
However, the singleton was well aware that social services in Italy do not typically grant custody to single gay men, something he’d always intended to do. He went through a long and arduous journey before becoming a proud father, who’s now questioning the public’s idea of what it means to be a single father in today’s society. Since I was 14 years old, I volunteered and worked with people who were impaired, so I thought I had the necessary knowledge and expertise to handle the job.
He went on to say. After spending his childhood visiting his best friend Diego in the hospital and assisting him with his studies. While Diego battled terminal cancer, luca went on to become a high school student. The majority of the time it was just the two of us. Because his parents had to work. Trending story reported that he remained by his uncle’s side until the incredibly sad and terrible experience, which lasted until the very last moment.
Diego’s life left me with a strong knowledge of what it means to live with a chronic disease, which is why I began helping with the church in Naples to assist critically ill individuals and children with impairments.
After completing his schooling at a Catholic seminary at the age of 25, luca fell in love with the man with whom he would spend the next eleven years. The couple established their own charitable organization to assist persons with disabilities, and they frequently expressed interest in adopting a child of their own. Unfortunately, we had to call it quits a few years ago. At the time, it was quite difficult for me to live alone in the house because I still wanted to be a father, but in Italy at that time, it was not allowed for a single parent to adopt.
Then things changed, and I was able to register for adoption at the beginning of 2017. However, I was informed that I would only be given a child who had challenges faded on his application form, that he was open to adopting a child regardless of their health condition, and he was matched with Alba in July of this year. According to Luca, he’s pleased to be Alba’s father, and the adopting hers provided him with a sense of fulfillment. Lucas spent the first few days with Alba by himself. Although he admits that he was apprehensive about holding a newborn infant before they became friends, the experience was my first time holding a newborn infant.
Prior to that time, I had always been apprehensive. However, the moment I laid my hands on Elba, I realized I was ready to be a father, he continued. He threw a party to present her to his friends, family, and those who were involved with his charitable endeavors. My two mothers eventually came to the conclusion that I was holding her in the incorrect way, and they continued to find something to criticize about me, he claimed. She continues they are two amazing grandmothers who are very kind and who like watching Alba.
I’m very grateful that they’re both in our lives. Luca, who is 41 years old, has a strong personality, and enjoys being in the company of others. What is down syndrome exactly? In most cases, down syndrome is caused by a genetic disorder that results in some degree of learning difficulties, as well as specific physical traits.
Among the signs and symptoms are floppiness from the moment of conception, downward and outward slanting eyes, having a tiny mouth, a flat back of the head. Screening test can detect down syndrome during pregnancy, but they’re not 100% accurate in detecting it. It’s caused by the presence of an extra chromosome in a baby’s cell as a result of a genetic mutation in the sperm or egg during conception.
The likelihood of this occurring grows in direct proportion to the mother’s age. A 21 year old woman has a one in 1500 chance of having a child who has down syndrome. According to statistics, women in their forties have a one in 100 chance. The likelihood of having a child with down syndrome does not appear to be reduced in any way for women. There’s currently no cure for down syndrome.
The treatment is geared toward assisting the patient’s growth and development. People with down syndrome are more likely than the general population to suffer from health difficulties such as heart disease, hearing loss, thyroid problems and reoccurring infections. The 41 year old has written a book on his life with Alba, which is available on Amazon. Luca currently has over 1300 followers on Instagram, and he’s received a deluge of positive feedback from others who’ve been moved by his unselfish act of love.
You’re an inspiration to all mankind, one person wrote recently. On the other hand, more men like you should exist, a third person wrote. I admire your unconditional love. You’re a shining example of humanity. You’re an amazing man, exclaimed a third person, because you gave this opportunity to such a beautiful newborn girl.
God will bless you. Hashtag, Father of the Year another similar story happened that will melt your heart. As gay couple who adopted a baby with HIV. Recall how she was rejected by ten other families before they took her in. Damien Pigeon, 42, and Ariel Bahara, 39, are the parents of a newborn girl named Olivia who they adopted. The couple, who lives in Argentina, is employed by an NGO that assists individuals in adopting unwanted children.
Damien and Ariel adopted Olivia back in 2014, and their tale is now going global. Thanks to social media. Olivia was less than a month old when she was brought home by her parents and siblings. She began treatment and began to see excellent benefits were immediately after starting it. After several tests, it was discovered that she had no traces of the virus in her body.
Victoria was the name of another girl who was adopted by the couple. Damien and Ariel were the first gay couple to be married in Santa Fe, Argentina, and they were the first openly gay couple to get married in the country. The adoption of a baby girl who has been rejected by ten other families because she was HIV positive has transformed into a happy viral story thanks to the efforts of a couple in the Philippines.
They are the first gay couple to be married in the northeastern Argentine province of Santa Fe where they live, and they made the decision to extend their family in 2011. Damien Pigeon, 42, and Ariel Viviera, 39, were the first gay couple to be married in the province of Santa Fe where they live. However, the couple had to wait around three years before receiving a call about an HIV positive newborn named Olivia in 2014.
Olivia could not be placed with other families, and as a result, the couple was granted the opportunity to adopt her. Although Olivia had already been rejected by ten other couples because of her HIV status at the time, her diagnosis did not deter Damien, an Ariel, from accepting her into their house with open hearts and welcoming hands. Olivia is now five years old and appears to be clear of any traces of the infection.
In accordance with our information, the pair is both employed by a nongovernmental group called Eucanar Families, which is roughly translates to cradle families, which assist couples in adopting unwanted children. Ariel described Olivia as having an instant connection after seeing her for the first time after waiting three years to receive a faithful phone call regarding a baby.