She was a good, sweet baby. As exhausted as I was, I was still aware of how low-maintenance she was. She didn't cry much, only when hungry or tired. But, she smiled, she smiled a lot. For the first year of her life, her future was unclear. She was being transported to visitations with her … Continue reading How much does the first year affect a child?
Biological. Our life has proved that biology is not the most important thing. My children's biological mother didn't love these children like I do and despite the fact that they tend to have the dog's hair on them and William left this morning with pink (used to be white) socks hidden under his jeans, she … Continue reading How important is biology?