“Thank you doesn’t seem adequate to express my love for you and the decision you made for me twenty-two years ago”… These were the words I wrote as I finished my very first letter to my birth mom. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think about my hero that sacrificed so much so that I could have more.
In 1988 my birth
A clip from an interview on The Rosie Show. "I am a show tunes kind of gal. My Pandora stations reflect it, and my car radio is permanently set to Sirius XM's On Broadway. Season tickets to two different theaters are in my desk drawer. As such a fan of musical's, I've liked Kristin Chenoweth ever since she was in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Somewhere along the journey through infertility and adoption many couples (especially women) find themselves swimming in grief. This is normal and actually healthy. When we lose something, especially something that we have dreamed of possessing but then never can touch, it is right and good to grieve. It is through the tears and the pondering within the safety of our own minds that we work
What does being a birth mother mean to me? WOW!! I will try to put my feelings into words best as possible. I am the luckiest birth mother in the world. I never knew the hardest thing I've done in my life (which was to place my little girl 3 1/2 years ago) could have been the BEST thing that I've EVER done. She has