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January 27, 2011

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Jennie P

Thank you for this story. I am an adoptive mother and have so much love and respect for our son's birth family and all birth parents and birth families out there. We have been blessed with a very open adoption and knowing Tate's birth family has been a blessing that I thank God for every day. Blessings to you and Katie.

Catherine A

What a beautiful story! What a loving choice your family made for peanut. God's blessings on you all!

natalie @ our old southern house

What a beautiful story. I'm 30 years old and am adopted. My birthmother (also LDS) gave me up for adoption when I was 2 days old and I have just recently reconnected with her. I think 'Peanut' is so lucky to have his birth mom in his life--I so wish I could have had Joyce in mine all these years. Thank you for sharing.

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