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Facebook Helps Find Birth Mother 37 Years After Adoption
adoptionNearly four decades after Jim Sigler was put up for adoption he decided to put a baby picture of himself up on Facebook. Sigler wanted the community's help so that he could learn more about his origin. In the photo, you will notice a cheerleader’s jacket.

“I’m hoping someone can help me identify the cheer outfit in this picture,” Sigler wrote. “I don’t know what school or cheer group it belongs to. The picture was taken February 22, 1981 in the Westminster area. Possibly the Westminster Hospital.” 

Last month, Sigler shared some great news on Facebook.

If you would like to adopt or become a resource parent, please contact Triad Family Services.

The mystery of the adopted baby and cheerleader uniform comes to a happy ending


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