Sometimes, it is through blog posts and sometimes it is through conversations on social media. Often, I get messages and emails asking me for insight and advice.
If it were possible, would you choose to meet your child's birth-mother? And if so, what would you say?
Dozens more went on to leave warm and beautiful comments, as well as questions and ponderings. It is our joy to share with you the following comments of adoptive parents to their child's birth-mother: I'm sure whatever I said would be through many tears.
I would thank her for the selfless gift of her beautful child and assure her this child will be loved and cared for as long as I live. We respect you and we love you! We love you and are grateful to have a chance to raise this wonderful child. We understand that things ca nbecome complicated and that you made the best choice for your and his life.
We are proud to love this same child, with you! I would invite her to keep in contact with us and if appropriate be a part of my child''s life Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!! We will always keep you in our prayers. To let her know her daughter is wonderful and well cared for.
And mostly, to be able to tell my daughter something about her birth mother when she asks. To hopefully fill in some of those gaps and questions she has.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a mom bless you. S was abandoned in China at age 5 while her younger brother stayed with mother.
She has never forgiven her mother for that. I would ask the mother if she remembers S and show her a picture of S who is now a beautiful 15 year old I would probably tell her S never understood why she couldn''t stay with her mother and what can I tell S? Nothing I could say would adequately describe how grateful I am that they surrenered their child.
Or how sad I feel that they felt the need to do so. I cannot imagine the immense suffering that a birth parent has to endure in coming to a decision like that and then seeing it through! I guess the only thing that comes close to being able to convey how I truly feel is "Thank you, thank you, thank you!
It is evident how much she loved her daughter to hope for a better life. She is more brave than I could ever be. We met just after our daughter was born and spent a couple of days together about a year and a half later. I''m glad I have some answers for the questions my daughter asks.
Our contact is infrequent and sporadic the birthmother''s choice. It took time for me to accept that and reach a level of comfort with the relationship.
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