The caucasian woman in the picture above is Candice Warltier who went to Nepal to adopt a baby believing the process would onlytake her three weeks, however due to the abrupt change of adoption policy which resulted to Americans not being able to adopt Nepali babies Candice’s three weeks turned into three months. Now I dont blame the American authorities for changing the rules since Nepal Government itself needs to ‘brush up’ on the adoption laws, yet the most interesting part of this video is how this woman, Candice talks as if her three months in Nepal was some sort of an ugly experience which was just way out of this world. Does she not realise she’s not having to go through the 9 MONTHS of agony.
Let me break the video down:
1:18 – Pleaseee beetches I am sure you werent made to stay in little huts. If you did then I doubt you’ll be providing a bright future for the child.
1:38 – O dear… what do you expect. Even in Western countries Pizza delivery arrives faster than 999/911. You can find taxi’s everywhere, was Candice that stingy for few hundred rupees? Also, its common to see little pharmacies in each chowks – do I have to make a post of all the hospitals in Kathmandu and surroundings areas soon?
2:50 – Apparently it was an ”extreme rollercoaster”, I wonder how she would describe 9 months with a baby in her tummy.
4:18 – this line just ticked me off completely ”we had a few toys there, that we could find in Nepal and they were very poor quality”…Someone take her to Bhat-Bhateni ko third floor please! CityCentre Mall ETC.
I believe her facial expressions and the way she described the whole situation was what annoyed me the most, she speaks as if she just returned from hell without realising how she cut the 9 month long baby process to only 3 months… I would love to interview her after 18 years and ask her how it was to raise her Nepali child. Aside from that, I am very grateful that such a person came to Nepal and gave one out of many babies an opportunity… but pleaseee – down with the exageration.
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