Birth family reunions can be really intimidating and exciting with a million other emotions all intertwined. The night before a planned first meeting is a time you can prepare and reflect some deep thoughts on what the day ahead could bring.
Deep Thoughts On The Eve Of The Birth Family Reunion
The first time we took our daughter K to visit her birth family was almost twelve years ago. Our daughter was ten months old, and it was the first time her older sister (age 7) and older brother (age 3) would be meeting her, because they had been in a different foster home than she was.
Several months before our first birth family reunion, our daughter’s birthmother, M, had successfully regained custody of the two older children, and when we arrived with the baby, it was the first time M had all three of her children in her arms at the same time.