Monday, August 30, 2010

Artificial Twinning

“Artificial twinning” and a few other descriptors are used to describe families where adopted children are very close in age whether they are adopted at the same time or adopted at different times. Ultimately when this happens children are living “like twins” in a family without having the same genetic birth parents. If this is something you have considered, you might want to read a well-written article by adoption professional Patricia Irwin Johnson.

Kathy L

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