This is the final week of my adoption book giveaway, and things are heating up! Thanks to all of you who have emailed your thoughts to me. That reminds me. I didn't mention email entries in my previous post, but certainly, email counts. I appreciate that those of you who wanted to share took advantage of email as a more private way of talking with me.
Here's a recap of the details:
The topic for my keynote address at the Parenthood for Me (PFM) Family Building Dinner on April 10th is going to be Birthparents: The Hidden Treasure of Adoption.
I'm giving away a signed copy of my book, What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent's Perspective. How can you get your name in the drawing?
Sign up to follow my blog. (1 entry)
Refer someone else who signs up to follow my blog. (1 entry)
Tell me about your relationship with your own or your child's birthparents.
(2 entries) For example, Do you have one? What difference does it make for your family? How does it benefit you or your child? (or if you don't have a relationship, what impact does this have?) Have your thoughts or feelings about birthparents in general and yours or your child's, specifically, changed over time? In what ways?
Let your child tell me, in their own words, about their relationship with their birthparents and what it means to them. (3 entries)
Buy a ticket for the PFM dinner or make a donation to Parenthood for Me. (2 entries)
There is no limit to the number of times your name can be entered. This phase of the giveaway will be open until March 19th. Good luck!
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