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Introducing Wyatt Steven Crow

05/23/2007 at 11:35 AM ET

Sherylsleep_cbb_2Songstress Sheryl Crow, 45, introduces her ‘little man’ Wyatt Steven, 3 weeks, in OK! Magazine this week.

Sheryl discusses Wyatt’s birth stats and adoption info, why she adopted, the process she went through to bring Wyatt home, celeb friends who have helped her out, where the payment for the photo shoot was donated, and if she’ll be adding to the family.

Click below for all the photos and interview highlights!

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Birth stats: Born Sunday, April 29th. Home with Sheryl Monday, April 30th. Weighed in at 7 lbs, 10 oz, and was 22 inches long.

Name meaning: Wyatt is Sheryl’s father’s middle name, Steven is after her brother and her manager.

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Starting the adoption process: I’ve always wantedto adopt. Even if I’d had my own kids, I would have adopted. I love theidea of adopting. I always thought I had an immense amount of love togive. Igot started at the end of my radiation treatment [in Spring 2006]. I knew it would takea long time. They don’t put you at the front of the line just becauseyou’re a rock star.

I went through the proper channels and did it justlike everybody else does it. I went through an agency. I filled out a lot of paperwork. You answer all kinds of questions and they come and visit you.  I did not care [what sex the baby was].I did not care what nationality. I do believe, and it may sound wacky,that souls pick their surroundings. I feel like Wyatt was on his way,one way or the other.

Spilling the beans: MatthewPerry was here a few weeks ago, saw the alphabet and said, ‘What’sgoing on here? That looks like a Ouija board!’ I had to blow my newsand say, ‘Well, the stork may be coming.’

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Adoption details and concern that the birth parents will recognize their child: I knew he was coming and Iknew there was an opportunity for the birth mother to change her mind.I flew to where he was, which was in another state, and I took him homea day later. He was 1 day old.

This was a closedadoption, but I have a physical description and the medical history ofthe parents, which is really great because you know what your child isin for regarding medical issues. I have great faith that things will work out the way they’re meant to. I am going to raise him in a healthy environment.

On being honest with Wyatt: He will know he’sadopted. He will know as much as he wants to know about his family. Andif the time comes that he wants to meet his birth family, I will helphim with that. I think it will come about when it comes about. When he’s old enough tounderstand it, we’ll talk about it. By then he’ll already know and loveme as his mom.

On meeting her son: I think I said, ‘Welcome to the world,’ but mostly I just stared at him.

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On being an instant mom: My parents were out here whenhe was born. My mom would hand him to me and say, ‘Here’s your mommy.’It was really poignant — and very startling — to hear my mom call meMommy. It took me a while to get used to it.

Maternal instincts: I’ve been around so many kids, I’ve always been extremely at ease in the mothering role.

First week: Iwas so lucky that my mom was here for the first week. I think if Ididn’t have people around me who knew what they were doing, I wouldhave panicked. Babies don’t speak English clearly at this stage! Youhave to figure out if they’re pooping, hungry or sleepy.

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On changes: The day he came home, I felt like thewhole house had changed. The house felt fuller. You just feel likenesting and making sure he’s acclimated to the world. It is all sofascinating. You don’t want to miss a thing. I’ve barely left the house. Waking up in the middle of the night and seeing him nextto me andrealizing, ‘Oh, he’s still here! How fantastic! It’s not a dream.

On raising Wyatt: To prevent Wyatt from turning into a spoiled brat, Sheryl wants to spend the majorityof his childhood in Nashville, TN, and plans for him to attendschool there. I believe in saying no. I’mgoing to try and be a really good parent and not his best friend. I’mnot going to raise him and have him go to school here [in L.A.]. I havea farm in Nashville and he’ll grow up down there. I have family thereand also in Missouri just a few hours away.

Sheryl also plans to adopt more children, saying,Definitely, a whole troop! Ilove kids. I can definitely see myself adopting more kids. As soon as Ibrought Wyatt home, I told my mom I wanted another. She told me to slowdown and learn what I was doing with Wyatt first.’

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Baby care: Sheryl’s parents and a baby nurse are helping her out. She says,I didn’t have any trepidationabout how I’d do as a mom. But there are certain things that you can’tknow with a new baby that you have to learn as you go. Luckily, myparents were here, and I’ve gotten great advice from my mother and Ihave a wonderful baby nurse.’

The baby nurse in question? We hear it’s Marva, who cared for Deacon Phillippe and Coco Arquette in their first months, and stayed with Julia Roberts to help care for Hazel and Finn until they were 2 — you may remember Julia’s on-stage Oscar thank-you to her!

Celeb friends help out: d=”intelliTXT” name=”intelliTxt”>My dear friend Laura Dern has been with me all the way through this experience and had a babyshower for me last week. And Gabby Reece has been with me all the way.These very ‘Earth Mother’ types are really dialed into how to raise ababy organically and holistically.

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Dating/Future father?: I’mvery happy where I am and don’t feel any pressure to get married. Wyattis going to be the gatekeeper! There won’t be anybody coming betweenWyatt and Mom. You buy one and get one free. I used to gauge men on howthey were around my dogs. Wyatt now becomes the deciding factor. Thislittle boy is so special. It will be very informative about anyone Imight get involved with. What are they really made of? How much love dothey have?

Being a mom has already inspired her to partake in the World Food Program, which feeds millions of kids worldwide: I don’t think there is any coincidence that I was feeding my babywatching these starving children living in abject poverty. Then theopportunity came up to make a real difference.

In lieu of paying Sheryl for her willingness to share photos of Wyatt, OK! Magazine made a large donation to WFP at Sheryl’s request. Sheryl writes on her website,

Well, as you no doubt have seen, Wyatt and I did our first, and probably only,photoshoot for a magazine. I have always made it a practice to keep myprivate life out of the public light but to be honest, I was beingheavily stalked by photographers who wanted to get the ‘first shot.’And rather than have someone I don’t know sell a shot to a magazine, weaccepted OK magazine’s offer to make a generous donation to an amazingorganization called the World Food Program in Wyatt’s name. So….Wyatt is now a humanitarian!

Wyatt joining her on tour: I’m getting him his passport already!

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Source: OK! Magazine and Just Jared.

Thanks to CBB readers Tasha and Stephanie.

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Candace on

WOW! That’s so great for Sheryl! I can’t imagine how it must feel to be an “instant Mommy”, but it must be so incredible! Wyatt looks like a little sweetie; he has that “little man” look that some newborn boys have. Best wishes to them!

lola on

Aww he’s cute, I love babies with old man faces! Good for Sheryl

lulusass on

I’m so happy for her…I think it’s wonderful, if you so dearly want children you shouldn’t be without them, a child does instantly fill your home with something new…it’s beautiful. One question about “Marva” When did Julia Roberts “Thank” Marva?

Onstage at the Oscars…I’m pretty sure I put that in the post?

Marrit on

He´s so cute! What a beautiful boy.

madison on

I think Sheryl is amazing – as a singer, a person, an activist etc. Just love her, always have….and now I’m so excited for her that she’s got a son. But I’m so disappointed that she did this story in OK magazine. I was just reading an interview of hers in one of the magazines in line at the grocery store – she’s on the cover, can’t remember which one. She went on and on about how she recently picked one up one of the celebrity magazines in the doctor’s office and was horrified reading it, it made her feel sick, she had to put it down. And she went on telling people not to read these magazines – that they are ssentially junk food for the mind. She promotes healthy living – for the body and the mind etc. And now she gives an exclusive to one of these magazines? Total hypocracy….

amy on

How precious! Love her and think she’ll make a great mom. Congrats, Sheryl! :)

Amy on

He is very cute and has quite distintive features already. I’ve always wondered in a closed adoption involving a celebrity if the birth mother sees the child’s photo in magazines and recognizes it to be hers. With the birth stats and birth date posted it wouldn’t be hard for her to figure out this was the child she gave birth to. It must be difficult to have a constant reminder of what you gave up, not knowing when you did that your child would be famous just by being adopted. I also wonder for the celebrity if there is any fear in being known as the adoptive parent in an adoption that is supposed to be anonymous.

Principesa on

Thrilled she has joined the adoption community but a small part of me is sad that her son’s adoption is closed.

Our adoption experience is so much richer and fulfilling because of open adoption. I couldn’t imagine doing it any other way.

Amy, birthmother’s don’t give their children away. They **place** their children for adoption.

Zbella on

What a wonderful and special story to share. I loved reading her thoughts and seeing little Wyatt. Congratulations to the new family!!!

Amy on

Principesa: I am adopted myself, have serveral adopted siblings and cousins and know exactly what is involved. A birthmother DOES “give up” their parental rights. That is what I was referring to. Where did I say that birthmother’s give their children away??? Please read more carefully before correcting others.

pink.lioness on

Congrats to Sheryl, her baby is absolutely gorgeous. I like how she plans on telling Wyatt the truth about his adoption but it’s not like she could keep it a secret anyway, since it’s already all over the web ;-)

sarah on

That’s sad. Closed adoptions are not the healthiest choice in today’s more enlightened world. And “concern that the birth parents will recognise their child”? What are they going to do, run up and snatch him on the street? Whoever wrote that needs to do some more reading on the realities of adoption. Birth families are _not_ the enemy, no matter what insecure adoptive families may think. And yes, I am part of an adoptive family, and also part of a birth family. Separating the child from the birth family to the point they don’t even know each other’s names…well there’s an entire generation of adoptees born in the 50′s, 60′s, 70′s who can attest to how very hurtful that is.

Sheryl was asked by OK! Magazine if she was concerned about the birth mother recognizing the child because she chose to share photos and all his birth statistics in a national publication so soon after the birth and he would be easily identifiable to the birth family — and if Sheryl would mind that, which she seems to say no to.

Happy For M & P on

Good for Sheryl. Glad she’s happy.

MommyB on

What a cutie!! Sheryl is so lucky to have welcomed this beautiful blessing into her life!! I too named my sons after the important men in my life and it gave them something to live up to and be proud of!! Enjoy all the precious moments…they are fleeting!! Congratulations!!

J-Lin on

Sarah – are you adopted? Closed adoptions are not bad. I’m adopted and it was closed. As a child, there’s nothing you want more than to be “normal” and I couldn’t imagine having to explain it. As an adult, I am gratful for my mother’s decision and I can respect her privacy. What is unhealthy are children who grow up in households where they are not loved.

Jedo on

what a little blessing!

sarah on

Hi J-Lin

The way my family works is like this – I have an older sister who my mother placed for adoption (now reunited with our family) and an older brother whom my mother and father adopted as a young child, around the time I was born. They are both around the same age. So I guess I am in the unusual position of seeing things from both angles. You are right in that given that I’m not adopted myself, I can’t speak directly – but what I do know is my sister agonised over not knowing her identity and suffered because of it, whereas my brother (who always knew his birth parents) was a much healthier and happier child for it. I guess my perception is that closed adoptions should be a last resort, and you can still be ‘normal’ while realising that your birth parents love you and want to see how you’re doing. I guess the way I see it (and this is obviously just IMHO), is that before the babies are born the biological parents are the saints who are doing the best by the child by giving them up, but once the child is with the adoptive family some (SOME, not the majority) adoptive families then turn around and see them as a threat. They place their child and suddenly they don’t get to even know how they’re doing? It just seems instinctively wrong to me. Which is why i’m so sensitive to comments like “aren’t you afraid the birth parents will recognise the baby” I guess. Just me, others will disagree. :) (And if you’re a happy adoptee in a closed adoption, then that’s great. :)

CTBmom on

How wonderful for Sheryl. I adopted my son at birth 10 years ago, and have an open adoption with the birthmother (bdad was not in the picture). We get together 3 or 4 times a year, and it has been a wonderful experience. My son has always known he’s adopted and knows that his bmom loves him and he knows that her 3 children (who were born after him) are his siblings. I can’t imagine doing it any other way, but it may not be for everyone.

Chiara on

God, I found that really touching. She seems very down-to-earth and loving. Many congratulations to Sheryl on her new son.

Megan on

Oh is he ever precious! What a gorgeous boy! I am so happy for Sheryl–nobody deserves this more than her–and she sounds like she’ll be an amazing mother…she seems like she’s totally in love with him and he is now front and center in her life–like she’s been just waiting for him all her life–she looks completely happy and content! Congrats to Sheryl and Wyatt–what a wonderful family they make!

Dawna on

Closed or open adoption, whatever the case, that is one very lucky child to be chosen and loved by both its biological and adoptive families.

Amy on

Sarah: I am the one who made the comment “aren’t you afraid the birth parents will recognise the baby”, and I still stand by that comment. Sheryl and her birthmom CHOSE a closed adoption because they wanted to remain anonymous throughout the process, so wondering why she chose to reveal her son’s pictures and stats to the press is an appropriate reaction!

Adoption is a life altering event for most birthmothers and adoptees; people who are not directly impacted by it cannot fully understand the emotional impact. I am an adoptee in a closed adoption (adopted at 11 days old) and I have no idea who my birth parents are and don’t want to know.

You should not make comments about how “sad” closed adoptions are or how adoptees would be better off knowing the birthparents just because you had one good experience. I don’t think there is anything wrong with a closed adoption. It may not be for everyone, but that’s why we have choices in this country and Sheryl made the one she thought was best for her and her new son.

sarah on

Amy – I respect your right to your opinion, as I’m sure you’ll respect my right to mine, even if they are opposite. “You shouldn’t make comments that there’s nothing the matter with closed adoptions just because YOU had one good experience.”, lol. Not that I would presume to tell you what you can or cannot comment on, that would be rude. ;)Yes, we do have choices (not that every reader on this board is in America), and that’s what colours our opinions, our choices and experiences (or other people’s choices for us). Your experience informs your opinion and vice versa. I stand by my comment that open adoption is far healthier for all parties concerned in the long run. That’s my opinion, which I’m entitled to, just as you’re entitled to yours. :)

lea on

Give up your parent’s right = love? I don’t think so. Child will learn tha rejection mean love.
I’m going to adopt a baby throug closed adoption. I’m not even going to tell her or anyone that she is adopted. I want her to feel normal and I don’t think her ” birthmothr” ever deserve to see the biological child. If birthmothers woul really love their children, the would never give them away. As a mother myself i can’t imagine givin my child to a stranger.

anna on

so happy for her, she will be a great mom I am sure. Mom and child are both very blessed. I dont know a lot about adoption. But I have friends who have adopted – mostly closed. In an open adoption, if someone doesnt mind answering me – do they call both of them mom? Maybe its long in explaining how that works if it is please feel free to email me.

No — although perhaps that happens in some cases. In open adoption, the adoptive parents keep lines of communication open between the birth mother and themselves as they feel comfortable. Sometimes it goes on for the first few months, sometimes for the life of the child, it all depends on the comfort level.

I’ve known families that send photos of the baby to the birth mom and let her know about the baby’s milestones through the adoption agency, receive letters from the birth mom, all the way up to meeting for lunch and having their daughter play with her biological siblings once a month and having the birth family at her birthday parties, kindergarten graduation, etc. It all depends on what the family is comfortable with.

In the above case I mentioned, the little girl calls her bio mom by her first name, and it’s been explained to her at a level she understands (that she grew in bio mom’s belly, but bio mom was just a kid herself and aren’t mom and dad lucky that bio mom chose them to be her special parents).

Greg on

I’m just delighted that Sheryl Crow has decided to use the introduction of her new son to show her support to the organisation I work for, the UN World Food Programme (http://www.wfp.org).
It’s easy to forget there are 400 million hungry children in the world and Sheryl is doing her part to make sure they’re not forgotten.

Bella on

First of all – congratulations to Sheryl. She seems like such a lovely, strong person and I hope she will be a wonderful mother.

I also had a moment thinking the birth mother/parents may recognise Wyatt. I just hope that there are no problems or media fed rumours about the adoption (as there were with Zahara’s adoption).

I think that it is excellent that Sheryl has requested the payment for her story go to charity. Madison – there was always going to be interest in Sheryl and her new baby. This way her fans get to ‘meet’ Wyatt and it will hopefully mean there is no pressure on her to show him (a la Suri).

Lea – I think it is excellent that you are intending to adopt. And I agree that the birth mother has no ‘right’ to ever see the child. But I disagree that if they love their child, they could never give them away. I am a mother myself and can’t imagine ever even considering giving my child away but there are different circumstances for different people. Sometimes, people love their child enough to recognise that they cannot give them the best life and adopt them out. Obviously this isn’t always the case but I think it is unfair to generalise. I also think it is important for kids to be informed but that is of course up to the parents and just my opinion.

Congrats again to Sheryl!

regina on

congratulations to sheryl the baby is so beautiful the comment lea made in response i am a 27 year old single mother with almost a 1 year old and another one on the way not planned. trying to do the best for my one son meeting his father well it brought another but still keeping this baby but i cant condem or say giving up your baby means that you dont love that child i disagre with you on that if i felt i could not give my children the basic needs in life or if i wasent in a place in my life that i know i can provide everything my children need and know regardless of the situation i love my kids . where some mothers are trully not fit to be mothers due to a lot of things and with no mothers giving away their children women like sheryl crow who desire deserve and are amazing mothers are able to adopt and have their dreams fufilled.

Marie on

I’m so happy for Sheryl! The baby is a cutie!! :)

MAK on

It is very sad to see people believe that birthmothers place their children for adoption because they don’t love or want them. This is almost never true. Birthmoms place their babies for adoption out of love, because they can’t provide a stable and healthy environment with two parents and want their child to have a better life. Keeping the truth about adoption from the child will only set you up for a fall and possibly losing your relationship with your child. Secrets have a way of coming out and imagine the shock your child will face finding out that his whole life was a lie. Open adoption is scary at first but once you do your research you will find that it is healtier and better for both birthmoms (it helps them move on) and children (gives them information to form their identity which results in them being happy and healthy adults). Open adoption doesn’t mean you have to have visits with the birthparents. It could just be both parties exchanging letters and pictures through the adoption agency which will allow both sides to maintain their anonymity. My husband and I are in the process of adopting through an agency and we started out with a closed adoption and have now changed to open adoption. We want our child to be happy and will do anything to ensure that he or she grows up healthy and ready to face the world.

Kristi on

I love Sheryl Crow but I’m hoping she’ll learn some positive adoption language. She made the comment about always wanting to have her “own” children. Adopted children are your own. From the moment you lay eyes on them…they are yours forever and always. Wyatt is a beautiful baby and I wish them a lifetime of happiness.

TwinMom on

He is sooooo cute!!!!!! He’s a lucky little boy. I think Sheryl will dote on him.

CTBmom on

My son’s bmother wanted to keep her baby very badly. She has told me over the years, that while she believes she did what was best for him (young, living with a physically abusive drug addict who was not the baby’s father), it was the hardest, most gut-wrenching thing she has ever done. She says the only thing that got her through it, was the fact that she got to see him and get pictures of him from time to time. She placed him for adoption because she loved him…not because she didn’t.

MMM on

He is a cutie. I am happy that she adopted, we are in the process of adopting internationally and are so excited. Oh, and about the comments above, to each their own, it doesn’t matter what kind of adoption a child has just as long as they are adopted and loved and cared for.

On another note, is she only using one wipes on her son like the one square of toilet paper? I really hope that she is using cloth diapers too. They are the best!

Liza on

Wyatt will be loved and well taken care of. Isn’t that all that matters?

J-Lin on

Lea – I would really advise you not to do that. Let your child know as soon as they are able to understand. As long as one person knows your child is adopted, your child could easily find out. I was told by a cousin who thought I already knew when I was 7. I was devastated, but never mentioned. My mom didn’t tell me until a year later and it has created some trust issues between us.

sarah on

Lea – do you not think your child has a right as a human being to know he or she is adopted? What happens if/when the first mother comes looking for him/her when older? Do you think your child would turn about and say “thanks Mom for keeping this major part of my life from me?” Adopted children have a biological family and an adoptive family. Trying to pretend otherwise isn’t going to change that. There’s lots of good books on adoption, I would suggest you do some reading first.

lucy on

he is such a beautiful boy

FC on

I just found out days ago that she’d adopted and it came as a shock to me. Good on her for keeping it under wraps for so long. She’s one of the lucky ones to not have the stress of news outlets and other sorts of press trying to pick at her for more info.

But anyway, little Wyatt is adorable and I think motherhood agrees with Sheryl. I’d be willing to say she already has that glow of a new mom. :)

Lea on

Most “birthmothers” who give their children away don’t deserve to be called a mothers.
Mother is not the one who gave birth, but the one who raised the child. What you don’t know would’t hurt you. If my adopted child does’t know that she is adopted than it would never hurt her. It’s not a lie it called (I don’t know the term) protection, child changes identity and birth, child get new birth certificate and and a real mother who deservs to be called a mother. My adoption will be international, from europe, identity will be changed and no one exept me’ll know. My adopted child deserve to be my own without any “birthmothers” hanging around. If they would love their children they would’t conceive them, do a vasectomy for God’s sake and dont’ pop-up babies like a brainless rabbit. We are not anymals.
Love mean love and responsibility, it’ not like you wake up after 9 month and oops..I can’t raise the baby, they know damn well they can’t raise them in advance but still conceive.
We should feel sorry for those poore babies, not for their looser “bio-mothers”.

Anonymous on

Im wondering if it is the “birth mothers” and or birth faters choice of the closed adoption..and not Sheryls…My 22 year old brother is adopted from a teenage family member who wanted to move on with her life..and apparently not look back..she has had opportunity and has chose not to be a part of his life..that is hurtful to him to be reminded that she doesnt want to acknowledge him ..over and over again..a lifetime of hurt…It is the way is if it needs to change as Wyatt grows it will Sheryl is intuitive and she knows what feels right..Congratulations!

brenda berry on

An open adoption is the right thing according to the research for most people, however each adotpion is unique and we are not privy to the facts. The important thing is that the adoptive home is HONEST all the time that there has been an adoption, and that the child will be able to find birth family when they reach 21 if not before. Congratulations to Sheryl – I am glad you have help in this venture from a nurse, because rearing a child in mid-forties is definitey difficult, but this way you will get to enjoy him, and he you. We have to remember that every adoptive child is a special needs child due to the trauma of this early separation from bio. mom, and we need to give that little bit more quality attention to him. BB.

daphneesmith on

Congrats to Sheryl and her little man! So very cute!

Personally I don’t have it in me to adopt. However, I am a strong proponent of adoption. Does that make any sense? I agree that there should be no distinction between your biological children and your adopted children (and that’s one reason it’s not for me: I wouldn’t be able to do that).

And even if I did adopt, I could not see myself choosing open adoption. That is just not in my personality. There is no “better” choice between open and closed adoptions. When I grew up I knew quite a few friends who were adopted in a closed situation, and they were/are very well adjusted and happy.

Gloria McIntyre on

Sheryl and Wyatt!! What a beautiful family you make!! I’ve been a long-time fan and adore your latest album, Detours. I lose myself in your enchanting music and inspiring lyrics. God bless you both and may you live happily ever after!!

Gloria McIntyre on

Sheryl and Wyatt!! What a beautiful family you make!! I’ve been a long-time fan and adore your latest album, Detours. I lose myself in your enchanting music and inspiring lyrics. God bless you both and may you live happily ever after!!

Gloria McIntyre on

Sheryl and Wyatt!! What a beautiful family you make!! I’ve been a long-time fan and adore your latest album, Detours. I lose myself in your enchanting music and inspiring lyrics. God bless you both and may you live happily ever after!!

Gloria McIntyre on

Sheryl and Wyatt!! What a beautiful family you make!! I’ve been a long-time fan and adore your latest album, Detours. I lose myself in your enchanting music and inspiring lyrics. God bless you both and may you live happily ever after!!

LIndsey on

Lea- the fact is that you have to tell your child that they are adopted now-a-days. With stuff like family medical histories and the whole DNA decoding going on it would be hard to keep it a secret from the child for long and it is much better to grow up knowing that you were adopted then to just find out when you turn eighteen or something like that. And as for the fact that closed adoption is detrimental to a childs upbringing, being brought up in a loving home where the two people caring for you wanted you so badly that they sought you out and picked you only makes a child feel special. The whole process can be stressful on a child but it is up to the parents, both sets, to figure out what is best for the child. If the adoptive parents are a stable family the birthmother may choose to keep it closed, so as not to intrude on the family that she helped create.

joni p. myers formerly blulady1@yahoo.com on

Sheryl, mama i couldn’t be more delighted unless it was my sister or cousin bringing in a new amazing person to get to know. It was such an adventure seeing things though their eyes as you teach them and as they explore and find out things on their own. i would almost have to classify as mystical. you know he looks a great deal like someone who has a birthday the very next day. Has those nice long finger to be able to get all over the guitar, piano what ever makes the hair stand up on the back of his sweet little neck. i know it’s a little early to talk about but we got my sweet little niece a real pro (pink)guitar when she turned 6 we’ll see how it goes. much gratitude, respect,and blesings for hlm and his extended family. all the best
joni

joni p. myers formerly blulady1@yahoo.com on

Sheryl, mama i couldn’t be more delighted unless it was my sister or cousin bringing in a new amazing person to get to know. It was such an adventure seeing things though their eyes as you teach them and as they explore and find out things on their own. i would almost have to classify as mystical. you know he looks a great deal like someone who has a birthday the very next day. Has those nice long finger to be able to get all over the guitar, piano what ever makes the hair stand up on the back of his sweet little neck. i know it’s a little early to talk about but we got my sweet little niece a real pro (pink)guitar when she turned 6 we’ll see how it goes. much gratitude, respect,and blesings for hlm and his extended family. all the best
joni

joni p. myers formerly blulady1@yahoo.com on

Sheryl, mama i couldn’t be more delighted unless it was my sister or cousin bringing in a new amazing person to get to know. It was such an adventure seeing things though their eyes as you teach them and as they explore and find out things on their own. i would almost have to classify as mystical. you know he looks a great deal like someone who has a birthday the very next day. Has those nice long finger to be able to get all over the guitar, piano what ever makes the hair stand up on the back of his sweet little neck. i know it’s a little early to talk about but we got my sweet little niece a real pro (pink)guitar when she turned 6 we’ll see how it goes. much gratitude, respect,and blesings for hlm and his extended family. all the best
joni

joni p. myers formerly blulady1@yahoo.com on

Sheryl, mama i couldn’t be more delighted unless it was my sister or cousin bringing in a new amazing person to get to know. It was such an adventure seeing things though their eyes as you teach them and as they explore and find out things on their own. i would almost have to classify as mystical. you know he looks a great deal like someone who has a birthday the very next day. Has those nice long finger to be able to get all over the guitar, piano what ever makes the hair stand up on the back of his sweet little neck. i know it’s a little early to talk about but we got my sweet little niece a real pro (pink)guitar when she turned 6 we’ll see how it goes. much gratitude, respect,and blesings for hlm and his extended family. all the best
joni

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