about 11 years old a dream came true for me. I had registered at a matching site for adopted kids and their biological parents and they found my biological mom. I was so scared to meet her but we traveled from Idaho to Portland the next day to meet my new family. Will they except me was running through my head. I couldn't of had a better reunion. When I opened up the door it was like starring at a mirror. I always wondered why I looked like I did: blonde hair, blue eyes, short when my brothers were dark haired, green eyes and extremely tall. I found out that we had a lot in common, just little things we had in common. I met my aunt and great aunt and uncle. I met my great grandma. She was so excited to hear that she was a grandma. After that we just clicked and have been close ever since. I even call her mom but there still is only one mommy, my mom in Idaho. My parents in Idaho were very supportive about me finding them. They have met them several times and get along really well. As my mom says "She is a part of you and if I love you I have to love her" So if there is anyone out there looking for their biological parents hang on, it will happen at the time you are least expecting it. And parents of adoptive kids if they are looking it doesn't mean they don't love you. They are just looking for a part of their heart that is missing and can only be filled by 2 people. You have so many questions about your adoption that needs answered, even if you think it's going to hurt them. Just give them a chanceView Thread
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