Woman Born in Houston Turns to Facebook to Find Birth Family

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Tana Inskeep had only one wish when she blew out her candles on her 36th birthday…to find her birth family.

So on her birthday, April 21st, Tana posted a plea on Facebook. She took a poster and a picture, and let’s just say people are trying to help the San Francisco mom of two, find her own mom.

The poster says that she was born in Houston at the Woman’s Hospital of Texas, by Dr. Ladwig, on April 21, 1978. She was delivered via c-section and quite possibly has a twin brother!

Tana says the only other info she has about her birth family is that she has two older sisters, her mother is Hispanic and her father is Caucasian.

Tana tried to get information from the adoption agency and came up with nothing. So please help her birthday wish come true and find this missing piece of her life.

If you know anything about who Tana’s family might be reach out to her. Here’s her email: tana.lea.78@gmail.com

Who knows maybe when she blows out her candles on her 37th birthday she’ll have her biological family by her side.

And that’s today’s helping of The Online Dish with Maggie.

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