4 Halloween Crafts for Kids to Send to Their Birth Families

Birth parents will love 'em, kids will love making 'em.

Kacey Bailey October 03, 2015

The holidays are approaching! Halloween is probably my favorite holiday and my poor child is the one stuck with the crazy mom who goes overboard. I have enjoyed making my little guy dip his fingertips in paint and make cute crafts for his grandparents, but something occurred to me this year . . . how wonderful would it be for the adoptive family to send their child’s birth family crafts from the holidays?

As a birth mom, I can’t think of a more special “I’m thinking of you and grateful for your sacrifice” than a random gift for no reason—especially one made from the heart (and hands!) of that precious child. After trolling through Pinterest and a few blogs, I found some crafts that would be perfect and easy to make. Not only will the birth parents love them but the kids will have a blast making them, as well!

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Kacey Bailey

Kacey is a birth mom of five years. She placed when she was 21 and has since received her bachelor's degree from Utah Valley University and married her college sweetheart. After years of building her career, she moved into writing and found a love in adoption advocacy. Working from home where she can raise her family is her favorite way to spend her time. Since adoption has created such defining moments in her life, she spends her time advocating its benefits and helping other birth mothers in their journeys.

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