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This makes me so sad! My Michelle is adopted! We went through through open heart surgeries, a feeding tube, countless surgeries , and autism . I didn’t know either! No mom does! I wouldn’t trade her for the world ! She has brought so much to my life and taught me so much
- This couple disgusts me to my core. I have no words for someone who would re-home a child. I can’t find a single viable reason for this to be the answer to their issues. I hope all her followers and supporters re-home and find someone else to follow.
- What I find most disturbing about this entire situation is that *medical professionals* apparently (assuming the report is accurate) told these parents that their child needed something other than his parents. NOBODY has the right to tell a parent that his child needs different parents.
- “He may have had an attachment disorder” OR he didn’t and just didn’t know how to show his feelings which is very common in Autistic children ESPECIALLY when you’re taken from a whole different country, language, people and given to another.
Yeah. I am not buying it.
As an Autism mom myself, this is unimaginable. My husband and I adopted our oldest son and before we even officially held him, he was ours. We approached our adoption as if I got pregnant and delivered a baby. We love our son. I hate to even use the words adoptive mom because I am his mom and he is my son no matter what.
I can’t imagine making the decision to trade him in. I believe God placed him in our lives just as if I had given birth to him. We love our son and will always love our son. We celebrate and embrace his view of the world. We have learned so much from him and are lucky to have been selected to raise him.
I was with an adoptive family for 11 months and returned. I was “minimally responsive” and other times “cried and couldn’t be consoled “. My (final/real) parents adopted me at 20 months – after being told I would not graduate high school. I was “slow” and “uncoordinated “. They took me and loved me anyway. They took me to UNC TEACH until I was 5. I had institutional delay, not autism. I’m a family doctor now. I play the flute better now than I did in high school. Love wins. Every time. You just have to give it a chance.