Thursday, December 19, 2013
Wendy Kramer and Naomi Cahn, writing for the New York Times:
If you plan to contact your child’s donor, we suggest following Ryan’s lead: be honest and be yourself. Consider telling the donor your child’s age, interests, activities, family composition and physical attributes. To put the donor at ease, explain your child’s curiosity and let him or her know what your intentions are. Although you may be incredibly curious, try not to pry or ask questions that require overtly emotional answers.
Read more here.