Black triplets were born to white parents and here is how they look now as kids!

Aaron and Rachel Halbert knew they would soon have to welcome foster children into their house. For them, this action serves as a sort of substitute for abortion for mothers who don’t wish to raise kids.

Additionally, young people steadfastly vowed never to decline to adopt black children.

They contend that the reason so many black children who their parents leave behind still reside in orphanages is due to the skin color they have.

The pair came across the National Embryo Donation Center program one day. The hospital’s acceptance of children who were scheduled for abortions is the heart of the issue.

So, the couple decided to implant two “black” embryos. But what happened after that will undoubtedly stay with you.

Aaron and Rachel were serving as missionaries in Honduras at the time. They had an ultrasound 6 weeks after the embryos were placed.

The doctor was astonished when he had a peek at the monitor. Not two, but three embryos were within the mother.

Aaron reflects, “It was amazing to see and realize that practically all of our friends and relatives expressed great support for our decision. “All we wanted to do was live out our goal and give those who weren’t meant to be born life… ”

When we initially began living together 12 years ago, we discussed this choice.

We are incredibly appreciative that destiny has provided us with such a fantastic opportunity to realize our goal!