is a adopted child as important to a family as blood born child?
- LayneLv 56 months ago
I was adopted. Bless them for wanting me. They are NOW my REAL parents. They are a gift.
- aloha.girl59Lv 76 months ago
Mine is. You're welcome.
- OcimomLv 77 months ago
They should be! The child should be treated the same as any other biological child the couple has.
- As Mad As BirdsLv 77 months ago
My children are not genetically related to me, and I would easily die for them or do anything else for them.
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- KellyLv 77 months ago
DNA makes you related, it doesn't necessarily make you family. I have adopted and biological kids and they're the same.
- Ranchmom1Lv 77 months ago
If a person's value to a family depended on DNA, we could not expect husbands and wives who are (hopefully) not DNA related to have any feelings of love or importance for one another.
If a family is not prepared to love a child for who he or she is, that family should not have children, either DNA related or adopted.Source(s): Adoptee and Adoptive Mom.
- ExoplanetLv 77 months ago
All children are blood born.Source(s): Biology 101.
- Emily JLv 77 months ago
He she aught to be.
- LoganLv 57 months ago
It should be. That's a child you chose rather than one you were given.
- mokrieLv 77 months ago