How To Register

email me and I will create an account for you

holtbaby@re-son-8.com

After you receive your username and password, (check your spam or junk folder – this is automatically generated!) please write one post only (you can use my post as an example)

  • Go to the Write tab, and then to the Post link below it
  • In the Title of your post, please place your name
  • in the Page portion (the text editor), upload two photos (first icon to the right of the words Add media: in the Page portion’s menu -then, and now. (please keep photos 300 pixels or less wide)
  • Follow that up with any pertinent information and contact info if you wish to leave that publicly, or just tell anyone who knows anything to leave a comment. (but that means you will have to check back)
  • translate your text (probably badly) through one of the many free translation services on-line, then cut and paste it into your post
  • be sure and hit the Publish button at the right of the text editor!

Thank you for participating! There are over 200,000 of us around the world – hopefully this can be one more way to connect us to our families!

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Responses

  1. I am 36, now, was adopted in the late 70’s. Trying to find other adoptees , 30 – 45 and Korean.

  2. Well hi! I guess I would qualify, then.

    I just moved to Korea, (yeah, that was scarey for this old lady!) and I have new blog about it at: http://gyopo.wordpress.com

    Drop on by!

    Have you also tried any local KAD groups? I went once or twice only, just before I moved to Korea, so never got to know any of them. The breakdown there was about 60% in their 20’s, then about 30% in their 30’s and the remaining 10% 40 and over. It was a little – no, a LOT weird for me because I’d never really talked to any adoptees before, and they all knew each other. But I did enjoy talking to one or two of the older adoptees eventually. It was nice to compare.


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