aI donat wish my children to be adopted out to anyone at all.a Regina Fox Dodgeas mother wrote these words to her oldest daughter shortly before Regina was born. Two years later, the 43-year-old mother died, leaving her husband with eight children to raise during the Great Depression. The motheras plan was carried out shortly after she died. Reginaas 19-year-old brother and 16-year-old sister took the four younger sisters, Marjorie, age 11, Ruth Elaine, age 8, Virginia, age 4, and Regina, age 2, to a Catholic orphanage in Pueblo, Colorado. Regina details life at the orphanage where a tender touch was not allowed but spanking was an art.Regina Fox Dodge. proved many times ... His storage garage was jammed with toilet seats, faucets, gutters, water pipes, electrical cords and Folgers coffee cans full of nails, and whenever he had a repair problem, opening the garage dooranbsp;...
|Title||:||Growing Myself Up: A Journey from Orphanage to Freedom|
|Author||:||Regina Fox Dodge|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-12-27|