Green Bay Packers Jordy Nelson finalizes daughter's adoption

Green Bay Packers Jordy Nelson finalizes daughter's adoption

Green Bay Packers Jordy Nelson finalizes daughter's adoption

Before the thrilling showdown between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys, Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson officially welcomed another member to his family.

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson and his wife adopted daughter Adda Jo in San Antonio, Texas, on October 6, 2017.

"Today I was blessed to have Emily and Jordy Nelson come before me to adopt little Adda Jo!"

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Texas law requires a child live with his/her adoptive parents for at least six months before the adoption in finalized, KSAT reports.

"This is a wonderful couple and a handsome family".

Adda Jo is the couple's second adopted child. Congratulations to the Nelsons!

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The judge presiding over Adda Jo's adoption shared a photo of the Nelson family at the courthouse on their special day and added, "This is a wonderful couple and a handsome family". They adopted their son, Brooks, in February 2015.

Our sister station in Green Bay says nelson's wife was not able to get pregnant after the birth of their first child. "We just figured adoption was a great way for us to grow our family". Nelson is an ambassador for the organization.

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