My husband and I go to mediation Wednesday for the adoption of my foster son. I was thinking of writing a letter to his birthmom to read in court even though I'm not too fond of her. She is not a bad person, she has just done bad things in her past which had affected my son. I want to write this letter to show her that I truly care about the baby. As a birthmother, what would put your mind at ease about your child's adoptive parents? I just want her to know how much we care about him and that we will take care of him.
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