Their story shows that parental love isn't restricted to biological connections. The heartwarming moment captured the hearts of many people.

Photo: YouTube/Brandon Hatmaker
Brandon and Jen Hatmaker, a couple from Austin, Texas, got passionate as they met their adopted son and daughter for the first time.

Jen and Brandon were excited when they saw Ben and Remy after flying thousands of miles to Ethiopia, as shown in the video posted to YouTube. Despite the fact that the pair already has three children, they wanted to have a bigger family, so they chose to adopt Ben and Remy.

The children are not real siblings. However, they had formed such a solid bond in the orphanage that it appeared to be ruthless in separating them.

In the video, Jen and Brandon can be seen smiling in the van. Apparently, the couple can't contain their emotion. As they get off the vehicle, tears begin falling from Jen's eyes. At the point when they finally see the children, Jen extends her arms, eager to grasp them.

The first to run up is Ben. He runs into his new mother's arms for the first of many warm embraces. Then Remy approaches and goes to her new father, Brandon, for a hug of her own. The couple gives Ben and Remy gentle hugs and kisses. They have long waited for the day to come. The delight of both the children's and their new parents' faces is exceptionally obvious.


Their story shows that parental love isn't restricted to biological connections. The heartwarming moment captured the hearts of many people.

One YouTube user wrote: "Those children are precious and gorgeous! What a lucky and blessed family!! Thank you for sharing."

"Its a life-changing moment when two people who are in love become a family," added another user. "Thank you for being kind enough to share this epic moment in your lives with the world. As a mother of 2 children, I just got chills watching the outpouring of love you both shared with your babies."

Another user commented: "God works amazingly. He has blessed you by extending your family. Hope you all have a wonderful and prosperous life ahead. Praise the Lord!"

Someone else wrote: "Beautiful. That woman was born to be a Mom. It is wonderful to see the gift go both ways. As badly as those children might have needed a Mom and Dad, that Mom and Dad needed those children just as much."






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