Part 1: National Adoption Month

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It’s National Adoption Month so here’s my trilogy of adoption posts starting with this one, the question: Do you ever regret adopting? The answer depends on who is doing the asking.  If it’s another adoptive parent, I say what’s true.


One Comment on “Part 1: National Adoption Month

  1. I think most of the time adoption is a wonderful thing. Of course I have heard stories where the adoptive parents and the child were a bad fit.
    When it comes to adopting pets, most of the time I’ve been happy about my decision. I had to rehome the two dachshunds that I stupidly let myself get talked into adopting for my son’s twelfth birthday because “every kid should have a dog.” I was the one who ended up taking care of them, and my schedule is far too chaotic. They were rehomed with a nice retired couple who also fosters dogs.
    One cat that I adopted ended up going to live with my ex husband because my calico cat got all jealous and testy and made this little girl’s life a misery. My semi-feral cat also went to live with my ex husband because she fought with my other cats and made my life a misery!
    So, most of the time adoption’s great. But a person does have a lot of things to take into consideration before doing so, whether adopting a child or a critter.

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