A child named Leo was born with Down Syndrome earlier this year to a mother who declined to be a mother for him, however his dad Samuel Forrest had different thoughts.
Forrest was past eager to meet his child, yet he had no clue exactly how much the experience would change his life, "They took me into see him and I looked at this at this little guy and I said, "he's wonderful, he's perfect..""
Bitterness wormed in when his wife, Ruzan Badalyan didn't share his same sentiments and gave him a final offer, saying that if he ever wanted to keep the child, she would divorce him.
At that point when Samuel settled on the choice to keep his child, he was given legal documents a week later after Leo was conceived.
Forrest clarifies, "Leo was conceived in Armenia where youngster deformities are not acknowledged and considered disgraceful on the family." As of now Leo's mother declines to take a look at or touch their child because of a paranoia and fear of getting appended.
After seeing the "shifty looks of the specialists and relatives giving sympathies on Leo's condition," Forrest is resolved to bring his child up in his local nation of New Zealand where he would be qualified for a not too bad life while being better accepted, and where he can be close to his loved ones for support.
More points of interest on Forrest past are developing. He clearly had a past family that he's antagonized from after a muddled separation and before moving to Armenia. Still Forrest is strong with his choice to return home with Leo, and he's now raising money through crowd funds that is currently gave him $490,000 in his offer to raise infant Leo in Auckland.