Monthly Archives: May 2013

Adoptive mother: The absence of shared genes

Ever since becoming a mother I’ve been very aware that motherhood through adoption is not and never will be the same as mothering your own biological children. It isn’t the act of mothering my son that is different as that … Continue reading

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Kitchen cabinet vent

This was a creative solution to cover a vent hole on a kitchen cabinet under our sink in our old house. It is so much nicer to look at this then the old, broken and ugly previous vent. You don’t … Continue reading

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Birthmother: Seeing life

By Birthmother – Pictures on the fridge: Benefits of open adoption Adoption isn’t what it used to be.  I always had the impression that adoption was a simple formula: a distressed biomom hands her baby away to a social worker, never … Continue reading

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