Do you remember the story about the woman who offered her twin daughters for adoption over the Internet a few years back?
The girls now live in foster care in Missouri but their mother may get visitation rights after a therapist tells them about her.
The girls are five now. Their case manager says they are doing "extremely well."
The girls' mother has said she was under stress when she offered them to someone over the Internet in 2000. First they were placed with a California couple, then a couple from Britain, then they were ordered returned to the United States.
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