Last year, I believe it was, I received the first season of Switched at Birth on DVD and now I am completely addicted. Being that I rarely find a show I like that I make sure to see each week, I honestly didn’t think Switched at Birth would hook me, but it has.
Since I do not get ABC Family channel, each new episode has to be watched On Demand with my Comcast account and that sucks because then I have to wait for it to be available but at least I have the ability to watch my favorite show, Switched at Birth each week and am able to pause it if the boys wake up mid night while I am feeding my TV show addiction.
Switched at Birth is a show about two girls who were switched at birth, both raised in very different families. One raised with rich parents where she was able to have anything she wanted and the best of everything while the other daughter got an illness as a baby and due to the low income, it seems, she ended up with hearing loss and is deaf.
This series is an amazing journey of love, life and questions about who we are within. It seems the biggest point I have found within this series is that no matter where you were raised, no matter what environment surrounded you growing up; ultimately we all become our own true self regardless of if we were raised by our biological parents or not.
If you have not caught Switched at Birth, I really think you should check it out but watching it from the middle may make you wonder where they all got to the point they are now so try to catch it from the first season through, if at all possible.
Switched at Birth airs each week on ABC Family on Mondays at 8/7c.