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From the time I was a small child, I played music on anything I could find. At the age of 32, I met my birth family and was told that my mom met my dad while he was playing the bass in a band. None of the other three adopted siblings that I had, all from different parents, loved music like I did. I am very interested in what people feel they inherited from their birth parents and what they absorbed from their adopted families.
I found my birth mother and sisters in January of this year(2014). I found that I have inherited quite a bit from my birth parents.
For starters, bad teeth runs in my mothers side on the family and me and my son both inherited that.
Thin hair on my fathers side that my son and I both inherited.
I love sewing, crafts, crochet, and my mother is a novice at all of these.
My mother was OCD and myself and both of my children inherited that as well.
by colp7 years ago
I was always aware from a very early age that I had been adopted at only 7 days old and it was arranged before I was born. This may fly in the face of what everyone says but I always wished I NEVER knew, that I'd...
by Shelly McRae6 years ago
Should adopted children, as adults, seek out their birth parents?Birth parents, particularly mothers, may be reluctant to aknowledge the child they gave up for adoption and such records are sealed. Is it an invasion of...
by Becki Rizzuti5 years ago
Do you believe that adoptees should seek out their birth parents? Why or why not?
by Escobana6 years ago
I wonder often why so many adopted children, go off to find their roots. Tv shows, documentaries and movies often show the romantic side of their search.I am adopted and never searched for my roots yet. I'm 38 and happy...
by Dawn Michael6 years ago
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by Levu16 months ago
what is the most important thing that an adopted child should know his or her biological parent?
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