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Adoptive couple found abandoned in New York City subway station

NEW YORK – In August 2000, Danny Stewart found an abandoned baby in a New York City subway station.

Stewart, who was coming home from work to see Pete, said: “I glanced over my shoulder and noticed a bundle on the ground. “I just saw two legs sticking out of this wrap and I thought it was a doll.” But when he saw his legs move, he quickly ran down to see if the baby was okay, and at the same time alerted passersby to call the police.

After being arrested by the authorities, the baby was named Daniel ACE Doe, after Stewart and the A/C/E subway line. The couple continued their life, until 6 weeks later. when they get a call asking they will make a statement about the incident.

Stewart gave his testimony in court, but after he finished, the judge asked him if he wanted to adopt the child. “I said, ‘yes, but I don’t think it’s that easy.”

Although Danny and her husband had no plans to start a family, they decided to adopt the child almost immediately. They named the baby Kevin, after Pete’s parents’ first child, an infant. Stewart notes: “The older brother he never knew was an angel in his life so it was a very meaningful name.

Twenty years later, Danny, Pete and Kevin are a happy family. Kevin, 21 years old, is studying math and computer science in college. Pete has also published a book, titled “Our subway baby“about their experience.

Danny said: “I hope it inspires people who are going through the process of wanting to adopt or adopt or any life situation to just take a deep breath and believe that anything is possible. happen.

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Dais Johnston

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