Because we just keep hearing the same old thing over and over again:
Houston police officers Elizabeth Follis and Michael Skillern say they are ready to let their adopted daughter Olivia, six years old, attend Chinese language or traditional dance school anytime.
“She can go if she wants to,” Elizabeth said. “But so far, she has no interest. She’s pretty much an all-American girl.”
Asked about her favorite part of living in the United States, Olivia smiled and said, “Disney World.”
Gentle readers! What repetitive themes do you see in the adoption community?