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Happy 17th Birthday Frankie

Posted on: July 23, 2011

Today is my brothers birthday.

Every birthday(mine or his) I wonder if my parents (or his) are thinking about me (or him).

I want to know if they wish us happy birthday in there heads or if they said a little happy birthday prayer for us.

He turned 17, I wonder if his mom is thinking “one more year and he can try to find me”

I wish I knew.  I HATE not knowing.

Sometimes I wish I got to see them, hear them, or be with them for a few minutes.

But then I think it might be harder than not at all.

And I wonder what I would say if I got that opportunity.

I wonder what they would say.

I don’t like wondering so much.

It drives me crazy.

 

happy birthday frankie (hes currently in texas, i wish he got to be here today)

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1 Response to "Happy 17th Birthday Frankie"

The unknown and wondering in adoption is enough to drive you crazy. Not that this probably helps at all, but I was always thinking of my son not only on his actual birthday, but for the weeks surrounding it. I also counted down the years, then months, then days and hours till he turned 18 and reunion could become a possibility.

Happy Birthday Frankie!

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