i've noticed when reading post in the adoption forum that ppl refer their adopted families as my a mom or dad. i was adopted at 5 days old i have never met my b parents never had the notion too . my mom and dad are the 2 ppl who raised me my mom had 4 children with her first marrige they are my brothers and sisters and have always treated me like their sister. when talking about them i don't say my a mom or my a dad i say my mom or my dad. maybe its just me but i was wondering why some of you say a mom when refering to the ppl who raised and loved you. please don't take this the wrong way iam just trying to understand why i feel differently. i hope i did'nt step on any toes just trying to understand. i don't really talk about my feelings of being adopted much because i don't often think of myself that way. again just trying to understand don't mean to hurt anyone
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