Adopted Child's Genetic Disadvantages in the Adoptive Home
The adopted child is genetically dissimilar to the biological family that adopts them. They share nothing and depend on the pity of the adoptive mother to nurture them. In some adoptive mother's the child's difference causes her indifference toward the adopted child, that grows up to look like, speak and act like their own biological family. The adopted child's difference is not realized in their infancy, yet grows up as an obvious offspring of their original parents.