DEAR ABBY: Once I was an single 18-year-old, I had a toddler out of wedlock. Not sure that I might present for him, I selected to position him for adoption so he would have an opportunity for a greater life. This yr, we related by DNA. The reunion has been nice, regardless that I select to stay within the background as a result of his mom remains to be residing.
Would it not be applicable this fall and winter to incorporate him in my vacation festivities so long as it would not intervene with the time he ought to be spending together with his household? And, after his mom passes away, what function ought to I play in his life? His father is deceased, and he and his adopted brother are estranged. — BIO MOM IN TEXAS