December 19, 2015
Is adoption right for me and my baby?” While hindsight can be 20/20, it can be hard to figure out the right thing to do when the unexpected has happened to you. That’s why we’ve invited some birth mothers to speak about their own adoption experiences and give their top
December 3, 2015
“Birth parents are such a misunderstood and underrepresented part of adoption, so even if I don’t want to speak out, someone has too.” — Kelsey, on speaking up against birth mom stigmas Read more about what Kelsey has to say about birth mom stigmas.
November 26, 2015
“We’d always wanted a larger family, and we tried other fertility options, but those didn’t work. That was an emotional roller coaster with its ups and downs, but we came to terms with the reality that it wasn’t going to work for us. After a pause for a while to
November 24, 2015
“Adoption is love. Adoption is sacrifice. Adoption is family.” — Jori, on her relationship with adoption as an adoptee and birth mother Read more about Jori’s story
November 10, 2015
#7 “Wow…that must have been extremely difficult. I don’t think that I could have given up my child.” Adoption is not for everyone. Also, it’s impossible to know what we would each do when faced with a difficult situation we’ve never been in before. Finally, try to avoid saying “give
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