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Fairytales of Adoption Reunion

It’s been a bit since I laid down some writing about my Adoption, thick like tar. This healing process is a daily thing, it can be like waves that smash into the salty rocks. 625 more words


3 adoptive/foster siblings have resurfaced and I don't know what or how to feel.

On one hand, I believe that they are family because we were raised together. I love them deeply from the bottom of my heart. They are really all I know in regards to siblings. 1,837 more words


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Chapter 26th: Diana

Walking around the streets of Toronto in the middle of the night, had the adrenaline flowing through my body as the heartbeat increased the further I got away from the hostel. 1,501 more words

The Facebook Archives: Skank Mothers

Meet Robin. Gees, I can’t imagine why your daughter wasn’t a fit parent with a gem of a mother like you. 


2.4 Children

Just the other day I was standing in line at at the checkout with the little one to pay for the weekly shop. In front of us were a lovely elderly couple who took an interest in my boy and proceeded to start asking him questions. 298 more words

Same Sex Parent

A Story of Adoption... My Story

When I was young I got pregnant. This was during the time in my life that I lovingly refer to as my ‘evil rebellious years’. I would fight with my mother for  just the sake of fighting and, of course, thought I knew everything about life. 762 more words


The Mother Load

During a recent meeting at Mary’s RTC we discussed what steps would need to be

We also dressed for dinner and broke out the expensive silver and china for holidays. 932 more words