Adoption search and reunion seems to be everywhere we turn these days: from tearful reunions displayed on TV to advertisements for DNA websites that can link you to birth relatives.
Tammy Makram’s and Liz Kellner’s first days of life garnered headlines in the 1960s as they would today. The full biological sisters were both abandoned during the holiday season, four
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. I got to thinking about my first Mother’s Day in 2004 and my experience searching for birth family. The experience inspired an article
It’s an awfully strange notion to feel a part of two very different families. When I met my biological mother’s family for the first time last month, I felt akin
A birth mother and adoptive mother reflects on adoption reunion There are playbooks for all sports, directions for electronics, assembly instructions for putting together furniture and even instructions on how
Ever since I was a little girl I knew that someday I would be a mom. My sister, neighborhood friends, and I would play house for hours in the old