Author Archives: Liza Carens Salerno

A teddy bear our daughter no longer needs now that she's growing up.

“Our Daughter is Growing Up”

“Our Daughter is Growing Up”

Our only child is away this week. It's a first for us, 11 busy years after we triumphantly carried our daughter home from the adoption agency.

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Adoptees whose parents attend an adoptive-moms support group

“All Together Now”

For 15 years and counting, my adoptive-moms group has provided a vital source of support for me — and my daughter.

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One child's bond with her birth sisters

“Unexpectedly in Sync”

My daughter formed a swift, intense bond with her four birth sisters. The surprising love I felt for them blindsided me, but now it makes perfect sense.

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