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Adoption April : All About My Birth Parents

This is the fourth post in my “Adoption April” series. This one is going to touch on all the facts that I know about my birth parents and how I feel about them, and if I want to meet them and why.

I know my birth mom’s name. I also know my Birth Dad’s name. I have never met either of them. There isn’t much information on either of them that my parents collected from them but I am glad that I know their names. I also know their birthdays and I know she was born in the midwest.

People always ask me if I want to meet them both or my birth mom. I do! I would love to meet her, and I just haven’t actively pursued it that much, you know life can be kind of busy! I am considering looking more into a private investigator and see what my options are. I know that is expensive though, so that would also take some time. Finding people isn’t the easiest thing in the world. I would completely understand if she or he didn’t want to meet me though, but I feel that it would be important at this time to get a family medical history report since so many diseases are genetic. I would hope that they would understand that and would be able to give me the family medical report. With that alone I think I would be happy as well.

I know I would be okay if they didn’t want to meet me, because I still think about their situation. Sometimes I wonder what she looks like, and what he looks like, even if they are still together or still talk. I also wonder if I would have any other siblings through either of them. Isn’t that weird to think about? I think that it would be cool to meet them, and see what their lives are like. I don’t want anything from either of them at all, and if they weren’t comfortable with meeting/talking/communication, I wouldn’t force it upon them either. I couldn’t even imagine the shock that they both must have had when I decided to enter the world.

As of right now, I have no idea where they are, what their lives are like, what they look like, or anything of that matter, but it does interest me. Also if I were to communicate with them, I would understand both of their apprehension if there was some. What would you do if your daughter that you hadn’t seen or heard from or about in 23 years all of a sudden reached out to you? It would blow my mind. I think there has to be a level of curiousness of both my and her mind though. Is that curiousness enough to pursue communication? I don’t know. Time will only tell.

I also realize that they will never replace my parents, and I would never even think that that would happen. I feel that if I was seeking them out because I felt abandoned or like I didn’t fit in with my family, or like I was unwanted, it would be a different issue, because then I realize that my feelings would be hurt if they didn’t want to have anything to do with me. I am interested to see what you guys think about this. I’m sure there are going to be some interesting comments. :)

If you have any emails for the next and sadly last, Adoption April (whoops it will be May) Question and Answer post please feel free to email me at (danicakoo) (at) (gmail) (dot) (com).


Here’s a funny picture of me and my brother. Funny thing, someone asked me if I was HIS MOM THIS WEEKEND.


Sorry that one is so bad quality. Me and the T. (who also just found out about my blog this weekend and did some reading on it… his quote, “Don’t use my name, I don’t want it to make it any easier for the government to track me.”)

As for the 20 miler. I did it this weekend. I still can’t believe I actually did it. Claude was along for the ride as well, and stuck with it. I have some funny pictures from the run, but maybe I’ll post them on Saturday but tomorrow will be the complete recap. Some very interesting things happened on the run and I can’t wait to share with you guys. I know, you’re all on the edge of your seat in anticipation.


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