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Adoption Is Not Second Best

This piece originally appeared on Her View From Home Maybe it's my "mom hair" (thanks, New York Times, for that label) or maybe it's that I look perpetually tired that encourages near strangers to ask me how many kids I have. At my last dental cleaning, my hygienist (whom I had only met one time prior) asked this very question. "Two," I replied. "Oh! That's great!! How old are they?!" "Seven.
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