My Inquiry:

On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 3:02 PM, iloverickcabrera@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Children of All Nations,

I am inquiring if you have a swapping program. My genetic child has become extremely hard to control and I would like another one. He is 14 years of age and would look attractive in photos to your other prospective customers. He also has a number of skills that could also draw in some new parents. He is adept at picking locks, selling used cars, and can hold his own in a fight. He has no known diseases and can convert U.S. standard measurements to metric ones in a jiffy. I always hear him on the phone speaking about grams and pounds and ounces. I have heard that he is athletic, but since I’ve never been to any of his football games, I am not positive on this matter. I know that he is fast, because I am pretty fast for my age, and cannot ever catch him when he runs from me. He is like a cheetah on steroids. I assume that he can read well because I always find tons of magazines and comics under his bed. And the lovely folks who choose my son could become grandparents soon. This is a double-win for his new potential parents, as they would not have to go through another application procedure to acquire new children.

Despite my desire to give up my own child, I still yearn to be a father. I do work long hours and don’t make enough money to hire a nanny, but I feel that leaving them alone helps to develop their independence and self-sufficiency. With Obama as president, they might need to fend for themselves in the poor economy that has created. I wish that I was my father when I was young. I am not married and don’t intend on becoming so. Women, in this backwards day and age, just don’t listen very well, which I cannot handle. But I feel this is a positive factor in my fatherly endeavors. My child will not grow up being coddled. Please email me concerning my request. Thank you for time.


Rick Cabrera

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Their Response:

I feel your pain. It is very apparent this is an emotional issue for you. I’ll see what I can do. In the meantime, if you are serious about bringing another child into your home, let me know. There are plenty of good boys out there who need a good strong father. You’ll have to promise to go to their football games though. It’s a rule.

Best wishes,

Lacee Steigerwald
International, Domestic and Embryo Adoption Consultant

Children of All Nations | Great Wall China Adoption
248 Addie Roy Road, Ste. A102 | Austin, TX 78746
Tel: 512.323.9595 ext. 3102| Fax: 512.323.9599

My Response:

Dear Lacee,

Thank you for your concern. I do want another child, but due to the fact that I do not have a wife anymore, I don’t plan on having one of my own. But I am a great father and desperately want a great son. Because I work so much, I’d like to have a teenager. Younger children are hard to keep up with when you work so much. But due to my previous experience with teenagers, I have some requirements that I’d like to suggest. Firstly, I want it to be a male. I don’t know how I would handle a teenage girl, with the going through puberty and all. I would like my new son to have a strong work ethic, being capable of withstanding hot weather. This is important to me, as I have seen many a man hurt from lacking this disposition, He should be good with his hands and have a strong back for heavy lifting. I am a religious man, so I’d like it if he were Protestant. We tend to have a more submissive temperament and believe that work is the road to salvation. As he will be primarily learning his lessons from the Great Book, no prior education is necessary. I know that these conditions can be met by your wonderful and loving institution. Thank you very much for your help and I hope this process goes through as expediently as possible. God be with you.


Rick Cabrera

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