I've tried to answer an interesting question that I've found in the unanswered topic: What If A White Couple Gave Birth To A Black Baby? How Would The Wife Explain This? I hope this hub will clarify everything and will provide new, interesting info for all readers.
Adoption is a subject that generates many different opinions. My story offers something all people involved with adoption should think about.
With my son turning two and a new child on the way, I realize that this experience of pregnancy is different that what I had with my son. Not that one was better than another, both special in their own ways.
While Mother's Day is centered around the parents that can spend time with their children, what then of birth mother? With no holiday of their own, it is a confusing time for women with children that have been adopted.
The Adoption Reform Trilogy features the following and answers the question as to why we need to reform certain adoptions that are closed: -My Story -Why Adoption Needs to Be Reformed Completely -Why I Decided Not to Open Pandora’s Box
Dear Anita, my husband and I are adopting a baby in November and my sister-in-law is expecting in December. She has been really great about our adoption up to now but lately has been insinuating that we don't "deserve" the normal attention expecting parents get (baby showers, announcements, etc.)...
We decided to adopt internationally. That decision came at a steep price. Here's our story.
Being adopted was a blessing but has also been a curse. Unanswered questions and unknown orgins, it's hard. I am the beginning root of my family tree, I know nothing else.
Some get the blessings of being a parent, & some don't. No life is the same. Which is why people should not judge people by who they vote for. Everyone has to do what they have to do for their life.