finegal-nopimple thanks for the question girl! That’s a tough one, because I really don’t know what I would do without my family and it’s hard to imagine being adopted by someone else. Part of me wishes I was adopted into a native family for sure, but I also feel that my mom and i were “meant to be” if that makes sense. On interracial adoption, I definitely think families should not just ignore their child’s heritage and culture. They should make it a point to make sure their kids have access to to information etc in regards to their culture. My parents didn’t really ignore mine, but I really wish I had a native family member to talk to me about my culture and where I come from. I always go back and forth with my opinions on interracial adoption, because I feel like a little bit of my identity was taken away from me.