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Canyon Ridge football coach, wife celebrate National Adoption Day

November 20, 2016

TWIN FALLS — Sean and Katie Impomeni have been married for nearly 12 years, but when it became apparent about eight years ago they were struggling to conceive, they began asking the question, “What have we done to deserve this?” That question became more intense as time went on and as the couple, both educators, watched family members and friends have children while they spent tens of thousands of dollars trying unsuccessfully to conceive, and then later unsuccessfully to adopt. But finally, on Oct. 26, after nearly 11 years and 11 months of marriage, their baby boy was born: Jackson Peter Impomeni. The couple could have finalized the adoption the first week of November, but after waiting nearly 12 years, what was three more weeks? On Friday, in front of family and friends at the Twin Falls County Courthouse and in celebration of National Adoption Day, the Impomenis finally finalized Jack’s adoption. “From day one, he’s been ours,” Sean Impomeni told the Times-News on Wednesday. The couple got to take Jack home as soon as he was discharged from the hospital after his birth. Magistrate Judge Calvin Campbell made the adoption ruling official at 3:05 p.m., finally and legally making Sean and Katie the adoptive parents of Jack. The moment came three weeks and two days after Jack was born; three months and 12 days...

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