Woman looking for biological family of mother-in-law who was adopted as a baby

Submitted by Stomper Lakshmi

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Stomper Lakshmi is looking for her mother-in-law's biological family.

She shared that her 77-year-old mother-in-law was born to Chinese parents on July 27, 1942.

She was then given up for adoption to an Indian family when she was a week-old baby.

Her birth name was Sim Ah Eng and she was later named Jayamani by her adopted parents.

Lakshmi, who is the wife of Jayamani's second son, shared with Stomp: "I've been toying with the idea of finding my mother-in-law's biological relatives for a long time but due to the demands of my personal and working life, I could not make the effort years back.

"I'm now retired at age 60 and am dearly hoping for a miracle to happen in my mother-in-law's life.

"She went through a difficult marriage and lost her husband at age 30.

"She brought up her children as a single parent and is now a proud grandmother of nine grandchildren."

She added that her mother-in-law is currently hospitalised after a suffering a bad fall but is in high spirits.

"It would be the best time of her life if she gets to meet her biological parents or siblings," she said.

"We seek the kind assistance of Stomp to help fulfil our wish in this initiative."

If you have any information about Jayamani's biological family, kindly contact Stomp at stomp@stomp.com.sg or WhatsApp 9384 3761.