Watch: Mom Gives 20 Year Old Letter to Adopted Daughter on Her Wedding Day

Watch: Mom Gives 20 Year Old Letter to Adopted Daughter on Her Wedding Day

A touching story about a Mississippi bride who got an unforgettable gift on her wedding day, a 20 year old letter from her adoptive mother.

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Sherry Blackledge and her husband could not conceive children so adopted a son named Brian and a daughter named Brooke. When Brooke was just 18 months old, her adoptive mother Sherry wrote her a letter, which she decided she would give to Brooke on her wedding day.

When the big day came 20 years later, Sherry presented Brooke with the letter which she printed on a piece of her own wedding gown.

A video posted to YouTube shows the touching moment that Brooke received the letter from her mom.

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The letter read:

     We just want you to know how very much love and happiness you have brought to us. You have made us a truly great family. A little precious baby girl to me and Daddy and a baby sister to Brian.

    Before me and Daddy were married we always said we wanted a little boy and a little girl. When we were dating, we said if we had a little girl she would be a little Brooke. You are our little Baby Brooke.

    Brooke, we just want you to know that you are very special to us and that God picked you extra special and he sent you to Mommy, Daddy and Brian.

HT Fox News


 

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