Posts I enjoyed…
I haven’t done a link post for awhile so here are a few I read and enjoyed lately, they made me think.
Amanda at “After All, it’s a small world” has a post that speaks about Mothers in Africa, and why the western perceptions don’t work. From her about page:
“I am Amanda. My husband, “BB” and son, Freddy recently moved to Kigali, Rwanda after spending 13 lovely years in Chicago. I am an attorney, and I am working as a legal fellow for International Justice Mission.
I started this blog to chronicle our adoption journey. We attempted to adopt three children from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. After learning that the documents had been falsified to support the adoption, the adoption has been terminated.”
I would encourage you to read more than just this post, because it’s all good. The post I am linking to is simply called Mothers
Next up is from “Wacky Adorable Family“, who is an adoptive parent, but also identifies her blog as “liberal tree-hugger rants“… She is Cherokee and her post speaks to what is missing in the mainstream conversation about Baby Veronica
Hope you all are having a wonderful and safe long weekend.
Tags: adoptee, adoptees, adoption, adoption impact, Adoption law, adoptive family, biological family, birthfather, birthmother, considering adoption, fathers, loss, mothers
Marijane Nguyen, MT-BC
September 1, 2013 at 3:11 pm
Thanks for sharing these posts. I look forward to reading them.
September 1, 2013 at 4:54 pm
Thank you for sharing these and expanding my horizons. You are so good at finding the gems.
zoozig aka lorraine
September 5, 2013 at 4:20 pm
Thanks for this list of posts.
September 5, 2013 at 7:23 pm
I nevr had parents because I had to be adopted I hate it
I I am tired of people telling me I should be thankful for my adopters who abused me its bullshit I hate my adopted parents and always will I never had family where is my family where is my parents
I hate my adopters they where mean to me my whole life I never had family it makes me so sad I never deserved to be treated this badly I am tired of being to told I should be thnkful for things that have been bad to me
I hate my adopted parents they where mean to me I will always hate my adopted parents I never had parents like everybody else why is that
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