I like old people. Really I do. I think they have a lot of wisdom to offer and history to share. I know that I will one day too be old and that I will have 20 somethings giggle at my clothes and viewpoints on life. However, I hope that I will not fall prey … Continue Reading
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Kathryn LeBaron I just read an article on The Salt Lake Tribune about Open Adoption and it was informative. For those of you who don’t know, the adoption practices of Utah, in comparison with other states, has been called in to question; what that question is has morphed into something uglier and bigger than it … Continue Reading
“How many kids do you have?” It seems like such a basic question. Kind of like, “Where are you from?” or “What neighborhood do you live in?” It always sounds so generic when you hear that type of question. ”HOW MANY CHILDREN DO YOU HAVE?” For some people, that one little question can come with judgment or … Continue Reading
My name is Leanna, and I’m from Minnesota, but I live in California now. I was adopted from Ukraine. I lived with my birth parents and my younger brother Sergei until I was about seven. My dad was abusive and got sent to jail. My parents had their parental rights taken away. From seven to ten, … Continue Reading
Since my husband is infertile we had 0% chance of conceiving I am starting to slowly realize that I am an “oddity” both in the fertile and infertile worlds. Unlike other adoptive moms who share their stories of medicines, shots, various procedures and surgery—my husband is infertile and he experienced many of those. I only … Continue Reading