Adoption Photography

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Parents Decide To Document Their Adoption Process And It’s Absolutely Beautiful!

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

In April 2014, Ray and Megan Simmons decided it was time to start a family. Nothing was more exciting to them than to eventually build a happy home with some children of their own.

Fast-forward two years later, and the couple still has not been able to conceive. They’ve done it all. It seemed like after every failed fertility treatment, the Simmons felt more and more sad.

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

It wasn’t until just recently that the couple found out why they couldn’t have a baby. Megan had a disorder called endometriosis, a painful disorder that occurs when tissue grows outside the uterus. It gave her some comfort to know why she wasn’t able to have a baby, rather than to be told over and over again that there was nothing wrong with her.

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

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“We found ourselves kneeling in the nursery every night. Calling out. Begging. Pleading. Our hearts were longing for this baby.”

After a sudden realization, the couple felt the need to adopt, something truly noble.

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Logan Kilgore Photography, by Logan Kilgore was there every step of the way to document their adoption process.

“Every day [Logan and Megan] look at the post and are in complete shock. We never expected it to go viral,”

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

Image: Logan Kilgore Photography

“We have seriously just sat in awe at how God can take such an ordinary story and ordinary couple to reach and impact so many people,” Megan said. “People who are battling infertility but also all walks of life. We all have struggles, but it’s when we are vulnerable and willing to allow people to see the raw side of our heart that we can relate and support each other through those times. While this journey is far from over, and it has been by far the most difficult time in our lives, I can honestly look back right now and be thankful.”

Article: Yahoo News