I thought your thread was about something else, though--have those who have adopted in part out of Gender Disappointment, presumably after biological children, found that adoption has "cured" their GD?
Ooooooh, that is easy! I can tell you all about that!!! I adopted Abigayle to "cure" my GD! I can tell you 100000000% that she not only CURED my GD (and my family's GD for a sister) but she made me a better person, better mother, better wife, better everything. She rounded out our family and opened us up to a world of dolls, bows, dresses, love, hope, faith and all things AMAZING.
My GD has been gone since her and anyone who knows me on this board can tell you I wanted boys after her, and have only gotten girls LOL. I am holing out hope to adopt one more boy and we are done.
Oh, and yes, I wanted a girly girl and I got one, but I can tell you if she was not, I would adore her anyway, she brings so much fun and so much goodness no matter who/what she is :)
Mama to: 5 handsome & 4 beautiful !!
26, 23, 17, 15, 10 , 8 , 7 (US Foster, adopting!!), 6 (Adopted from Guatemala) , 3! (Domestic, Co-parenting, came home at 4 days old, she lives with us half the week).
YES, THEY ARE ALL MINE!
Hoping to add one more little boy to the mix!
To accompish great things, we must not only act, but also dream, not only plan, but also BELIEVE.