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I will say this - My husband was given up for adoption as an infant. He very rarely expresses a strong desire to seek out his bio parents. When he does, he speaks of it in terms of wanting to know what kinds of genetics he has more than anything. He expresses the desire to want to thank her for giving him up rather than aborting him. You have no idea how heavily that possibility weighs on him, that he may have come so close to not having a life at all (he knows she was only 16 see).
But he never tells me he feels that something has been missing from his life that his adopted parents could not provide.
So I wouldn't go in expecting too much, and don't try too hard. You may end up spoiling something that could end up being great if you take it slow and careful. Right now, you feel very connected to this person, but you have no idea how he feels about it or what he may have been told or grown up thinking. Play it safe and stay a bit guarded. Otherwise, you may end up opening yourself to a world of hurt when you find out that what you've been thinking about this is very different than what he's been thinking all along.