Every family is unique. But adoption doesn’t make a family any different from a family formed by biology.
Families, like fabrics, come in all different varieties. Some are large. Others are small. Some have two parents. Others have one. Some rely on extended family. Some are buoyed up by friends. Some families enjoy crazy vacations, others like to stay tucked inside with books. Some are loud. Some are quiet. Some are formed through biology. Others are formed through adoption.
But all families are held together by a few common things: Commitment. Love. Laughter. Persistence. Compassion. Forgiveness.
And the way your family looks or the way it was formed doesn’t matter when it comes to the big things.