She Loves ME!

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AuthorHouse, Mar 18, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 1 pages
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Karen wrote this book to show how important both sides of adoption are. Adoptive parents do not exist with out a birth mother (parents). This book was written for Karen's daughter, Kayleena, to let her know how very much she was wanted and loved before anyone ever knew that she existed! Written for children and adults, this book takes us on the journey of the adoptive parents search for a baby.  The book depicts the wondrous love that birth mothers have for the precious children that they so lovingly entrust to another family to raise. The love of a birth parent is unending and forever. In this story the birth mother shows courage, love, and commitment to her new birth baby through her decision to give her to a new family. Karen's hope is that this book will assist other children who have been adopted to understand how much they are loved by both birth and adoptive parents. All photographs were captured by the author.   
 

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Karen wrote this book to show how important both sides of adoption are. Adoptive parents do not exist with out a birth mother (parents). This book was written for Karen?s daughter, Kayleena, to let her know how very much she was wanted and loved before anyone ever knew that she existed! Written for children and adults, this book takes us on the journey of the adoptive parents search for a baby.

 The book depicts the wondrous love that birth mothers have for the precious children that they so lovingly entrust to another family to raise. The love of a birth parent is unending and forever. In this story the birth mother shows courage, love, and commitment to her new birth baby through her decision to give her to a new family.

Karen?s hope is that this book will assist other children who have been adopted to understand how much they are loved by both birth and adoptive parents.

All photographs were captured by the author.   

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