How to go about finding my biological sister.

Michele - posted on 04/24/2015 ( 1 mom has responded )




My mom and I didn't have the best mother daughter relationship growing because she didn't raise me I was back and forth between my aunt her friends and when I reach 15 I started to stay with my friends. So long story short is when I 16 i had got pregnant I told my mother when I was 6 months she laughed and said me too.
Both our babies were suppose to be born one months apart being the oldest but my mother had drinking issue which lead to her having a premature baby. 2 lbs. She was kept In the hospital and because my mother didn't do regular visits to check on her child DCF got involved. At one year of birth my mom sign over her rights without talkin with the family and we always visited her. Rather it was hospital visits or at the DCF office. I couldn't believe my mother we didn't speak for two years after that. Until my sister was completely adopted I was able to still send gifts and pics of me and my daughter to the case worker but by time she reach three her parents ask that I stop reaching out. I just don't want her to grow up thinking her bio family doesn't love her Cus I tell my daughter all the time that she haves a niece that's to month older than her. I wish they grew up together Cus my child is the only baby in the family. Both of them would be nine by summer time.


Raye - posted on 04/24/2015




If the adoption records are sealed, and the adoptive family doesn't want correspondence through the case worker, then I'm not sure there's anything you can do until the child turns 18. Try to save all the information you have to help you in the future.

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