Lisa and Jorge Alvarez wanted a child. One child to diaper, feed, cuddle and watch grow. Over a dozen years, they’ve had 90.
The Southwest Miami-Dade, Fla., couple, who were unable to have their own children, have fostered that many kids since they decided to take in a baby boy in hopes of adopting him. Though that didn’t work out ”” the child was adopted by his aunt ”” they got lucky with their second placement, a cherubic-faced baby named Natasha whom they adopted soon after her second birthday. Today she’s almost 12.