I’ve experienced (whether good or bad) the looks, the questions, and the self-doubt that happens from going out in public as a family. It’s basically a day-in-the-life of an adoptive family.
People are curious about your diverse family and how it all happened. You often find yourself viewed as a superhero that saves the world or a crazy person with too many kids. It’s never anywhere in-between.
I’ve met so many adoptive mommas in the Nashville area, and I love the community that we have. I love that whenever we meet, we have an instant connection. No matter how different our journeys are to becoming a mom, we share a bond. We’re a team — and it’s nice for other people to see you and simply get you.
I hope you know that you are seen.
I see you when...