Comments about ‘Christmas comes early when adopted special needs girls from China arrive at their new Herriman home’

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Published: Friday, Dec. 24 2010 12:29 a.m. MST

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nellies
Boulder, CO

Wow - came to DN to check up on the latest for the bowl games and saw this story. I felt like I had received a Christmas present! Great story. Great family!

K
Mchenry, IL

Congrats on finally being home and together.

JDMAC
Salt Lake City, UT

What a special story.
Thank you!

BobP
Port Alice, B.C.

Insomuch as Ye have done it to one of these, My children, Ye have done it unto me.

mecr
Bountiful, UT

Lord bless them. Those kids are fortunate and this couple are teaching their birth kids what really matters. Kuddos for this family!

Mom of 2
Eagle Mountain, UT

Thank you for this story!! What an amazing family. I got teary reading it. Merry Christmas to all of them.

  • 10:41 a.m. Dec. 23, 2010
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Lasvegaspam
Henderson, NV

Yup....great Christmas gift for us readers. The photos make it that much better. Thank you! Special thanks to the Green Family for their large hearts. Merry Christmas to you all!

  • 12:16 p.m. Dec. 23, 2010
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Older Reader
Tooele, UT

I'd like to see the DN follow up with this great family every 6 months to see how the kids adjust to their new lives.

mtymouse
Salt Lake City, UT

What a sweet story about an amazing, generous family. I am very impressed with the entire family and their willingness to adopt so many special needs children, who otherwise might have had a very bleak future. I also was touched by them acknowledging their dependence on Heavenly Father to handle their challenges.

  • 9:12 a.m. Dec. 24, 2010
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Love Utah
Draper, UT

The Greens are special people who deserve a wonderful 2011 filled with joy, health and happiness. Your sacrifice and generosity is a true example to us all. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!

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