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August 29th, 2010, 08:54 PM
future_adoption_mommy future_adoption_mommy is offline
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What I mean by not talk about adoption is, they don't talk about the adoption even in the immediate family. The child knows that they were adopted but they don't know their story, how they came to be placed for adoption. It would be different if the parents didn't know, but they do, they just don't talk to him about it. The mom says "He's part of our family now it doesn't matter how he came to join us."

I agree with Kari and Jessie, if I know why my child was placed for adoption (I realize that won't always be the case, especially if I adopt internationally), then I'll tell them what I know when they have questions. I'll give them age appropriate answers of course, but I'll tell them their story as much of it as I know anyway.
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