Firefighters and paramedics do something on a regular basis that so many of the rest of us just cannot do. They save lives. They say that that’s just their job, but sometimes, it’s more than that. Much more.
In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Marc Hadden and his wife had been praying for another child. They already had two, but they desperately wanted another bundle of joy. For some reason, it just wasn’t happening.
Then, on a crisp November day back in 2011, John’s fire unit, which had not been on any calls all day long, was dispatched to help a woman in severe pain.
When they got there, it was obvious to them that she was pregnant, and that baby was ready to be born. There was no time to get her to the hospital. Whatever was going to happen, was going to happen now.
Before the team could even cut the woman’s clothes off, that baby was on its way. And, suddenly, there she was… a little girl. And Marc was holding her. Later, at the hospital, Marc learned the woman was homeless and wanted to give up her child. And he jumped at that opportunity.
Two days later, he took little Gracie home, and a short time after that, the adoption was official.
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