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More than 30 children will have their adoptions finalized at D.C. Superior Court during Saturday's Adoption Day ceremony. Though the ages and backgrounds of the children differ, the day will be a milestone in all their lives.
"They want someone to love them and they want a home to come to," Judge Bush said. "It's a human need."
At Saturday's ceremony, Joshua and his 10-month-old brother will be among the more than 30 children who will have their adoptions finalized at the court, said Family Court Presiding Judge Zoe Bush.