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Would you adopt a child?
As the only child you'll raise? What about in addition to your own?
Yes I would and in fact have my own adopted son and would do it again that is for sure.
All children bring their own love and having a natural born child is no guarantee that it will turn out any better than an adopted one. All children have their own personalities and it also depends on who they mix with as to how they turn out.
Good or bad parents dont make good or bad kids.
I did adopt a child 21 years ago. She was then the youngest, with three older brothers who were my biological sons. I am also adopted. It's usually a beautiful thing..............
My husband and I have adopted three children. They are all siblings, and it was probably the best thing we have ever done. Don't get me wrong; it hasn't been all sunshine and roses, but it certainly hasn't been a bad experience!
To answer the second part of your question, yes, they are the only children we plan on raising. We do not have biological children of our own.
by grumpiornot2 years ago
If you adopted a child, would you be offended if they wanted to find their biological parents?Adoptive parents share their lives with their children and yet, they must live with the fact that at some stage, their...
by K.D. Clement8 years ago
If you were giving a child up for adoption would it be in the child's best interest to go to a relative or to someone unrelated to you?
by Levu16 months ago
what is the most important thing that an adopted child should know his or her biological parent?
by Kawai13 months ago
If you adopt a child would you tell him/ her that he/she was adopted, and if so when?If you adopted a child who is the same race as you (so basically nobody would know you adopted unless you tell), would you tell the...
by Spacey Gracey7 years ago
I am doing some research on adoption as that is what I feel my future holds for us. I have found lots of information from an adoptive parents point of view, but not much from the grown-up adoped child.I am thinking...
by CarolAnnHeadrick4 years ago
Gay-marriage subjects children to having never known who their mother or father is.For those people who are pro-gay marriage, which parent would you have rather never known – your mom or your dad?
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