Brace Yourselves…I’m Back!

Once there were two women
Who never knew each other.
One you do not remember,
The other you call mother.

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Two Men, One tiny , One tall

You see the thing that gives me the most pleasure is actually watching how my small person interacts so happily with the others I love in my world.

Awarded Best Adoptee Blogs of 2017!!

Yay!! Well hard work pays off!! We have been selected as one of The Best Adoptee Blogs of the Year Healthline Pretty happy about this given I just write from the heart…if it helps people its a huge bonus. Thanks to all who are patient with me as I know I am erratic but as […]

Heartwarming Reunion

Adopted at 6 months old and reunited with her Birth Mother 82 years later. Let that sink in for a minute……

I Am NOT Black, You are NOT White

Happy Sunday everyone! I have had a manic few weeks and now the dust is settled on a long term journey aside from the one you know about…still under wraps for now but trust me when I┬átell you its no less turbulent than the one already shared with you lovely people…Anyway enough of that for […]

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Attempting to survive the two tiny humans I created with humor, honesty, and weekly therapy sessions.

One Woman's Choice

No matter our ethnic make-up, social classification, marital status or religious beliefs, whether you are a parenting mother, bereaved mother, married mother, divorced mother, single mother, step mother, adoptive mother, birth mother, foster mother, or a widowed mother, this blog is to support all mothers and the reproductive choices women make.

Eddie Star Blog

If I dont make you uncomfortable, than I've failed.

Black Sheep Sweet Dreams

Black Sheep - My Adoption Journey - Muses & Memories

Gastradamus

Gastradamus is my name, and Gassy Topics are my game!

Frank Solanki

If you want to be a hero well just follow me

Always Backroads

In a different light: my view of the world.

Adoption Detective: Memoir of an Adopted Child

Our lives are the sum of all the choices we make, the bridges we cross, and the ones we burn.

My Perfect Breakdown

-- Surviving. Living. Hoping. -- Recurrent Pregnancy Loss & Adoption