This is a quick shot I took of the nursery at Eastern Social Welfare in Seoul. Korea JoonGang Daily recently posted an article on the changing of law in favor of Korean birthmoms. According to this, the birthparents will now have 7 days to understand what resources are out there for their support should they decide to change their minds and keep the baby. Give it a read. What are your thoughts?
I love photography, I am always in search of the perfect pair of boots, I get high from a good Broadway show and someday I will take dance class again. After loosing our first baby Julia, I survived 2 full bedrest pregnancies. I am a native New Yorker now living in a DC suburb. Chiropractic physician turned full time parent, I don't drive a mini van and I never leave the house without lipstick. Living life on full speed but so grateful for every second!