Welcome to the craziness that is my life!

This is my story in pieces. The good ones, the bad ones, and everything in between. It is messy and flawed...just like it's author. I am not a selfliss person...I am not an angel...I am a loud, opinionated, most of the time crazy, Mom. I write here the things I cannot discuss in my "day to day life". These views are my own, from my own journey. Adoption has changed my life forever, some for good, some not so good. If you don't agree with me, that's fine. It's not your story...it's mine. Consider it a manual on "How Not To Act/What Not To Do When You Are Pregnant and Considering Adoption". If you learn nothing else, learn to educate yourself to the long term affects on yourself, your family, and the child you chose to place.

Oh...and please, don't call me "bitter". I prefer the term "enlightened".

***DISCLAIMER-I don't speak for anyone but me...in this story or in life. It is here as an educational tool if anyone chooses to learn something. I appreciate comments always.***

P.S. Just because I don't actively blog doesn't mean I still don't LOVE comments. Yes, I still check them. I guess I would just rather hear YOUR thoughts, than share mine.

If you missed the story, start reading the "Posts of Some Significance" located directly underneath and to the right of this. That's the story in a nutshell.

Monday, January 18, 2010

My New Blog

Its been 9 1/2 months since placement, and so many different emotions have come and gone. I am an avid member of several online support groups, and read adoption blogs by the dozen. Now I feel it is time for one of my own. Over the next few days, I will be posting some old thoughts, some new thoughts, and anything else that pops into mind. This is my first attempt at blogging, so bear with me while I work the kinks out.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing - I am a birthmom of a now 6 year old beautiful girl - we recentley (Christmas 09) decided to end our annual visit, and I am grieving more than I have in years. Your blog made me realize that I am not alone. I also had 3 children (before Gabby) and have recently had another. I do raise all 4 of them, but they do not know about Gabby. I am looking forward to your upcoming blogs. Thank you !!!


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