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I have baby pictures, but I dont remember very many from when I was really little or just born, mostly because I havent cared.
I look like my sister but idk about my parents. I was 2 when my sister was born too, but I dont remember her being born.
I havent ever seen my birth certificate.
um yea haha. I'm adopted and i can honestly say my life is only better for it. Your parents still love you as their child either way, and while it seems weird to think about the reality is you just don't share their blood. So what. Everything else is the same.
You can start adopting babies right when they're born, he'll you can even plan it out and be in the room when your adopted kid is born. My sister looks absolutely nothing like me and were family. The birth certificate part should clear it all up, but a lot of people just use their social security card for id instead
I'm not questioning how solid a relationship like that is. Like you said "everything is the same" I'm wondering how you would feel if you lived 19 years of your life believing that the people you live with are in fact family, only to receive a text from your "mother" stating you are not. I honestly can't say how i would react but I don't think i could just shrug it off
I mean, if true this would be a helluva way to find out if you're adopted, but I kind of agree with Byron here. It shouldn't be as big of a deal as people make it out to be. What, so you don't know your "true" parents(i.e. the two people who banged and then for some reason couldn't raise you). I feel the word parents should be MUCH more strongly associated with the people who raised you rather than the people who gave birth to you. Granted, I've never been in the situation, and definitely understand that it can differ GREATLY depending on the situation, but those are just my thoughts.
Well even though i think it shouldnt matter, the bond is still the same, blablabla, I really hope you didnt find this out over a text. This shouldn't change your opinion of your parents, but at the same time its probably been weighing on them quite a bit.
And im proud of my bloodline, knowing I'm Haitian makes me feel pretty proud of my literal ancestors. At the same time the totally white parents I was raised by are my real family, and i feel like we're even closer than other biological families.
I don't really think you're trying to troll, so in all honesty good luck, I hope your parents tell you what they need to, and I hope it doesn't change the closeness of your relationship with them.
I would say go ski, but you tahoeians haven't really done that for a few years now.
What the fuck is the point of this thread? What the fuck can we possibly do? Call your mom up and ask her, is that not the only way of finding out? If you were adopted and your mom told you through text you have got the shittiest mom, or adoptive mom
Whats funny is I am adopted and all of those questions would show that I wasnt. Was adopted at birth so plenty of pictures, adoptive parents name on my birth certificate and my parents still love me....Depends when in your life you got adopted.