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[访谈录] 【整理】2010-01-27&2010-01-29 海地孤儿到达美国之后

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It was one of our top stories last night that emotional scene in Miami more than 60 American families at the airport to pick up the children from Haiti they've been waiting to adopt. Today the new family spend their first full day together. NBC's Mark Potter visited with one family today before they head back on to Corolado.

"Going to the park. First day out."

On their first full day together in the US the new family of Ellen and Tonia Ramsy and 27-month-old twins Ethan and Brecken are getting to know each other.

"Daddy, there's daddy."

The boy's adopted in Haiti are already bonding with their American parents, who say the four of them together are a perfect fit.

"I feel like they know their home. I really do."

"Everybody keeps telling us that these boys are made for you and I truly believe that, so they are nonstop and they are active and they are hyper and so they are made for us."

Thirteen months ago Ethan and Brecken whose Haitian names are Bulanni and Bulancy were dropped off here and they got littleness orphanage near Port-au-Prince both were malnourished and their mother said she could no longer care for them.

"She totally was very selfless and just gave the boys up to save their lives, and so we just really always wanna honor her and thank her for what she's given our family."

Get in.

With financial help from Messager International, the ministry for which she works, Ellen helped arrange Haitian relieve flights after the earthquake. His Tonia coordinated with officials and adopted families in Miami. Ellen arrived there Friday with 81 Haitian orphans, including his own new sons.

"I think when you hit me the most just when I got up the plane got to customs and knew that we did it. You know I started crying I just actually started weeping."

Ethan and Brecken are now being spoiled  by their grandparents as Ellen and Tonia try to arrange even more Haitian relief.

Before the earthquake, it's tremendous  mean and now after it's unimaginable mean.

A need they address personally now in their own new family.

Mark Potter, NBC News, Miami
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