I Lived on Parker Avenue – A Short Adoption Documentary

I wept watching this story, but it is a happy one!

Adopted at birth and raised in Louisiana, David Scotton is on a journey to Indiana to meet the birth parents he’s never known. His tattooed birth mother, Melissa, and reserved birth father, Brian, anxiously wait for him, concerned David will reject them for decisions they made before he was born. I Lived on Parker Avenue is a short documentary about a mother’s agony in choosing what’s best, the joy of a couple starting a family, and young man’s search for where his life began.

I hope that every woman who is considering abortion could see it.  The story inspired a full-length movie: https://lifemarkmovie.com. It is currently playing at an AMC theater near me.

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4 Responses to I Lived on Parker Avenue – A Short Adoption Documentary

  1. Stella says:

    The comments on YouTube almost made me start crying again. So many about personal experiences with unwanted pregnancies and adoptions.

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  2. Pa Hermit says:

    A real eye opener Stella, Thank you. Makes life a little more bearable for me. I had a bit of a rough childhood, but nowhere near what David had. I kinda wonder how he knew things before. Trying to recall things early in my life, at my age, it isn’t easy. The farthest I can go back, is the birth of my younger sister which would put me at 4 years old. I also needed a hanky!

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  3. LafnH20 says:

    What a beautiful story!

    Thank You, Stella!!

    Liked by 1 person

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