Are you proud or do you feel that it's not necessary to tell them?Answer Question
Answer by luvmygrandbaby at 11:45 PM on Feb. 7, 2013
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Answer by gdiamante at 2:19 AM on Feb. 8, 2013
My girls were 10 when they were adopted so they knew. My son was an infant and I told him then. We had a special book made for him detailing his adoption story and his details before he lived with us, such as the names of his foster parents, birth parents, where he was born, how big he was etc. It's really cute and the illustrations actually look like him as well as my twin girls ha-ha. We also have many books that we have read to the kids about adoption and how we became a family. I love the one written by Mr. Rogers! I believe it's better to always know the truth even before you can understand the truth.
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