Adoptive families field lots of questions about their children all the time. However, many of the things people ask or say to them aren't always appropriate, and sometimes offensive. In order to help those who haven't experienced adoption understand what not to say to families with adopted children, father Jesse Butterworth -- along with videographer Spencer Findlay -- came up with a simple rule: If you wouldn’t say it about a boob job, don't say it about an adoptive family. Like "where'd you get them?" or "are they real?" for example.
Seems simple enough.
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