What adopting a white baby taught one black family

Dad Richardo Baldwin, far left, and mom Keia Jones-Baldwin, far right, are pictured with their children.KJBaldwin Photography and Kings 21 Media

Dad Richardo Baldwin, far left, and mom Keia Jones-Baldwin, far right, are pictured with their children.KJBaldwin Photography and Kings 21 Media

Keia Jones-Baldwin never expected to be changing diapers again.

Though the North Carolina-based therapist and her husband, Richardo Baldwin, were planning to adopt another child, they were only considering older kids.

But then, a little boy named Princeton came into their life. Born premature to a drug-addicted mother in July 2017, the baby weighed just 1 pound.

“My foster care supervisor called and said, ‘Is there any way you can go to the hospital and do skin-to-skin with a baby?’” Jones-Baldwin told TODAY Parents . . .

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