It was a happy new beginning for a Massachusetts nurse and an infant that had gone five months without a single visitor. The baby was born prematurely with neonatal abstinence syndrome due to her birth mother’s use of drugs. Liz Smith, 45, director of nursing at Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Brighton, fell in love with the infant as another nurse pushed her down a hallway. The unmarried and childless Smith would begin to spend her evenings talking to the little girl and eventually was granted authority to foster the baby named “Gisele.”
An infant did not have any hospital visitors for five months. So this nurse adopted her. Liz Smith…wonderful person! Lucky Giselle. https://t.co/CxMmvw4aZn
— zeta cross (@zetaz) April 3, 2019
Last October, after months and the eventual termination of the birth parents’ rights, Smith was granted adoption by a judge. Now, 2 years old, Gisele, still needs a feeding tube but is thriving thanks to Liz and her family.
That’s just something really nice to think about on this rainy day.
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