“…from my mother’s womb you have been my God.” (Psalm 22:10)
This research about birth mothers will blow your mind!
V.K. Gadi, associate professor at the University of Washington and an associate member at Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center says that birth mothers don’t totally lose their children. They carry adoptees close long after giving birth.
Only God could pull this off.
Researchers are also finding that birth mothers carry some of their children’s cells for years or decades after pregnancy.
Emerging research suggests that the cells left behind oftentimes act like stem cells, repairing current or future wounds in the mother.
How encouraging to this adoptee—to know that part of me helped mother heal part of her.
Wow, what a perfect example of our forever connection.
(This is an excerpt from 20 Things Adopted Kids Wish…Daily Devotions for Birth and Adoptive Parents. Order here: Http://www.SherrieEldridge.com/shop/)