31 7 / 2014
"I find other peoples’ opinions great until they are stupid."
28 7 / 2014
Homophobes who say “but the gay lifestyle leads to depression and higher risks of suicide”.
Like really? And why is that? Whose fault do you think that is?
20 7 / 2014
I need to follow more of you fabulous people. :)
20 7 / 2014
Please get seasons 3 of Once Upon Time. Or I will find you.
20 7 / 2014
It’s funny the same people who are happy about Marian just whisking Roland away from his father, who raised him all these years by himself mind you, are the same people okay with Emma whisking Henry away from Regina, who raised him all those years by herself
I completely agree. My father was adopted his point of view is that if is biological mother came (even at Henry’s age) he wouldn’t feel anything because the person who give him soup when he was sick and took him to the doctor was his ‘adopted’ mother. Even me, my ‘adoptive’ grandparents are my grandparents, when I was close to dying they were the ones who came and saw me; when I was sick they called. My father will respect his birth mother and thank her for giving birth to him but not much after that. I mean, she gave him up to give him a fighting chance, but the fact that Henry has this instant bond with Emma is highly unrealistic. After all, Emma didn’t make an instant bond with the Charmings it took a while. I am not saying all adoptive children hate or don’t love their birth parents at first. But, I know quite a few adopted kids and they all have the same feeling, that their mother is their ‘adopted’ mother. One of my friends has talked to their biological mother and she doesn’t see her as anything. I am sure sometimes people do get instant bonds I am not saying it is impossible I am just talking for personal experience.
Although, when Marian kissed Roland he looked confused because Roland didn’t know her because she wasn’t there. This of course is not her fault at all because the events that occurred. However, the point still remains that Roland doesn’t feel that connection to Marian because he has been with Robin and only Robin all his life. Which! Is a very interesting parallel when Emma meet the Charming’s and realized that they were her parents.
Although I said that it is unlikely someone could make a connection to their birth mother that fast. I do like Henry and Emma’s relationship. As well as Regina and Henry’s relationship. It truly shows different aspects or parenting which is a unique aspect.
Anyone disagree or agree? Really curious at other people’s thoughts.