Desiree White and her son, Isaac, 4, delight in looking at a photo album of his young life at their Tacoma home Sept. 16. When White adopted her son three years ago, adoption of children from China with Down syndrome was almost unheard of. Since then, she has become instrumental in supporting The Bamboo Project, which helps families adopt children with the condition.
Desiree White and her son, Isaac, 4, delight in looking at a photo album of his young life at their Tacoma home Sept. 16. When White adopted her son three years ago, adoption of children from China with Down syndrome was almost unheard of. Since then, she has become instrumental in supporting The Bamboo Project, which helps families adopt children with the condition. Drew Perine Staff photographer
Desiree White and her son, Isaac, 4, delight in looking at a photo album of his young life at their Tacoma home Sept. 16. When White adopted her son three years ago, adoption of children from China with Down syndrome was almost unheard of. Since then, she has become instrumental in supporting The Bamboo Project, which helps families adopt children with the condition. Drew Perine Staff photographer

Tacoma boy opens doors for Down syndrome adoptions from China

September 29, 2015 12:00 PM

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