An emotional Michael Morrison of Spanaway kisses newly adopted son William, 19 months old, during a National Adoption Day event at Pierce County Juvenile Court in 2009. Beaming older brother Michael, left, and Gabriel, right (sitting with mom Jennifer), enjoy the moment.
An emotional Michael Morrison of Spanaway kisses newly adopted son William, 19 months old, during a National Adoption Day event at Pierce County Juvenile Court in 2009. Beaming older brother Michael, left, and Gabriel, right (sitting with mom Jennifer), enjoy the moment. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2009
An emotional Michael Morrison of Spanaway kisses newly adopted son William, 19 months old, during a National Adoption Day event at Pierce County Juvenile Court in 2009. Beaming older brother Michael, left, and Gabriel, right (sitting with mom Jennifer), enjoy the moment. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2009

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