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November 6, 2019

November- known to some as "National Adoption Awareness Month (NAAM)". This month was originated to bring attention to children who were placed in state care who could be available to be adopted. But for adoptees, this is not a warm and fuzzy happily ever after scenari...

October 7, 2019

I know, we adoptees know, that every October, is Family History Month. What a wonderful fun time of year for most families. The fall weather is coming, the leaves are changing. Halloween arrives and little kids and their parents and grandparents alike, enjoy all these...

We had such a great response from our ARSS Community with our sperm donor conceived conversation, that it warrants blogging about. 

As an Adoptee I had never realized (until I read 'Inheritance' by Dani Shapiro) how much adoptees and donor conceived children have in com...

It was just another cloudy May morning when I arrived at my office. It was only a short time thereafter when I received a "ping" telling me that I had Facebook message. This message appeared from someone whose name I didn't recognize, and although I don't usually get p...

So you figured it out, May (not March) Madness is a play on words, for a most serious subject. May is National Mental Health Awareness Month!  But here I go again, switching things up, changing the Adoption narrative. To me, May should be called, National Ado...

Most adoptees and birth parents know exactly what today is!! It is National DNA Day!! Today we commemorate the day in 1953 when James Watson, Francis Crick, Maurice Wilkins, and Rosalind Franklin published papers in the journal of Nature on the structure of DNA. It is...

Our fellow comrades in adoption activism have all come to the same conclusion, the world has no clue what the face of adoption truly looks like. We have to make the public understand that "adoption" didn't just happen to us, it is something that we live with, painfully...

February 26, 2019

We adoptees advocating change - are forging ahead. As we mentioned in our January blog, we are making some positive changes 'round here'!! We have shifted our focus a bit, to include more legislative, adoptee activism and advocacy. This is a great thing for all of us!...

January 22, 2019

Happy New Year, to all of you out there in the Triad world. 

As 2018 winded down, we were amazed at what we have been able to accomplish, and what a growth driven, wonderful year we have had. We did so many unique things, we had so many “finds” and reunions. All of...