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Foundlings - Babies Without Names
Having searched for my birth family for almost 40 years, I have found my brother and sister. We discovered that all three of us had been abandoned in the space of around three years in the North West. Furthermore I now have names for both my parents, grandparents, first, second and third cousins, aunts, uncles and nephews! I never really believed that I would ever find my family, due to being abandoned without a name, date or place of birth. I've already met my brother, and it was overwhelming to see him, hear his voice, hold him! My sister and I plan to meet this year too. It's been wonderful to find out that between us we have things in common as diverse as the love of animals, painting, fear of heights yet love of lighthouses (tricky one),Wuthering heights, reading.....I find all of this so fascinating!
I want to say thank you to all of you who have encouraged me to keep searching, offered advice, messaged me since I joined the group. Mostly I would like to thank Julia Bell for the incredible support and utter kindness she's shown me since we started to correspond here, two years ago this month. If I had been told then that I would be spending Christmas Day 2017 with my brother, I wouldn't have believed it.
If you are searching, I hope that you will be encouraged by my story here....miracles do happen. I'm so happy! ... See MoreSee Less
Does anyone else feel like me?
The family that adopted me have always in their way made me feel different.
Like left me out of family things or just been mean.
My sister says I should forget about my biological family but I can't.
Why do they think it's so easy for us not to remember? ... See MoreSee Less