As I grew a little older, I started to ask a lot of questions about my birth mother. But Mom never felt threatened by it. She encouraged it. Mash signature poster. She told me to write letters and keep them in my journal, to let my birth mother know that I was doing OK, and that I was happy. We even invented a name for her, so that she would seem more real. We called her Mei. Whenever we talked about Mei, my mother would show me that original piece of rice paper. It shows my birthday as March 7th, but my abandonment was two weeks later on March 21st. Mom always made a big deal out of those two weeks. She told me that it proved how much Mei loved me. And how she knew she couldn’t keep me, but she wanted to care for me as long as possible.
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So that I would be strong enough to move on. This post reminds me and inspires me to adopt just as I have wanted to for years to give someone a home, love and guidance. Mash signature poster. While I appreciate the advice from those who gave it, please note I never implied it was easy or that some kids never gave issues. I only said I’ve been reminded why I want to do it. You also need to understand that even biological children could have health or emotional issues. Parenting is not a walk in the park for anyone.