I am so Happy – Adopted Children Poems

Adopted children are often referred to as chosen children. People with love to give and none to bestow it upon seek out a child to raise with love. Some parents choose to conceal their child’s adoption thinking that it will only cause him pain and a sense of non-belonging.

Others choose to tell their chosen child thinking that he will find out anyway. When a child finds out that he is adopted, it may gave rise to feelings of confusion and alienation. The important thing to remember is that having parents that love you whether biological or chosen is a tremendous gift.

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Source: Family Poems

1. For My Children

I remember my pregnancy with you
I fell in love with your every move, and with the sound of your beating heart.
I held your precious body in my arms for the first time and took in your sweet, angelic presence.
Nothing could prepare me for what would lie ahead.
Nothing could prevent my heart from breaking, but it had to be done.
I tried to be strong, but my strength failed me.
I never knew it would be so difficult to write my own name.
I cried, and was grateful for all the precious memories you’ve given me.
It was a new beginning for you.
The healing was beginning for me.
Time went forward, I learned and grew as I slowly let go of you.
My heart was healed, my life was blessed and my prayers were answered.
Still, there’s days when I cry.
I will never stop thinking about you.
Still I wonder about the person you are now, and the person you’ve yet to become.
I pray that you will always know of the love I have for you.
It’s only through the grace of God that you were mine for a time.
He gave you to me, I lovingly obeyed his plans for you.

2. The Heart Of Adoption

The heart of adoption
It’s quite an option.
You take the chance,
expect the best and
accept no less.

For my parents who
took me in,
boy did they
go in for a swing.

Like them and me
we are together for

Thanks Mom and Dad.
For Having the heart,
to take a different
start. You gave me
my heart!

3. To My Mom And Dad

I was born in Russia, an orphan I was
all alone, with no one because
All the people picked others
the Fathers and Mothers
No one wanted poor Katya at all.

But one day along came a woman
with bright smile an friendly face
She said she wanted to give me a place

We went to America to live with her and my Dad and my brother.

She became my very own Mother.

Now I’m so happy, living here with them. I never want to go back there again.

4. My Hero

I remember when you were there when I was just a baby
You were there to cheer me up, because we all knew my father didn’t want to be apart of my life
There you were my hero, to stand by me every step of the way, to gradually be my new father
There you were my hero, to comfort me and tell me everything’s going to be okay
There you were my hero, to take the role in my life of being a father to me
There you were my hero, to listen to all my problems and to stick up for me
There you are my hero, my father, my best friend
There you were my hero, my father, I love You!

5. Joy

I have a little girl,
Mckaylie is her name,
It’s hard to believe, because we don’t look the same.
Joy is what she brings me everyday,
I could not imagine life any other way.
Each day she learns something new,
Where she got her smarts, I have no clue.
It has been two years since she came to me,
Her growing up so fast is all I see.
I never knew my love for someone could be so strong,
My angel showed me I was so wrong.
Even though there are times she is bad,
If I had to live without her, I’d be sad.
There is a reason she was brought into my life,
If I had to do it over again, I wouldn’t think twice.
Mckaylie, I love you with all my heart,
I hope nothing in life will ever tear us apart!

Source: Family Poems