Adoptive Families magazine calls it "catchy" and "clever" and notes that...
"the lyrics put to music how children think and feel about adoption. The title track tells how adopted children fit in and belong to their forever families. Other songs perceptively tap into common issues, such as invasive questions, worrying about permanence, and testing parental limits.,. Many tunes are toe-tappers, others more reflective.
In the sweetest of ballads, "Sometimes I Wonder," a parent invites children to share their thoughts about an unknown birthmother:
Some days I ask myself "Where is she now?
In the city, or country, with a family?
And how have the years treated her?
Has she started anew?
Sometimes I wonder, do you?
For kids who don't like to talk about adoption, this CD may help get those crucial conversations started naturally."
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"Same/Same" was written and performed by Chuck Kent, the father of two children adopted from China.
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2. Learn to Say
3. Tell Me The Story Again
4. The Real Deal
5. Mama Always Comes Back
6. In My Dreams
7. Ask Me Anything
8. This is My Forever Family
9. Always, Always, Always
10. Sometimes I Wonder
11. Go to Sleep