There are countless ways to honor your child’s birth mother in your family and home. Here you’ll find five practical ways to honor the woman who handpicked your family for her child.
Top 6 Ways for Children to Honor Their Birth Mothers in Adoption
Here you’ll find five practical ways to honor the woman who handpicked your family for her child
Provide a safe place for your child to talk about his or her birth family. Take the initiative to start conversations with your child on holidays, birthdays, or other important days. Remind your child it’s okay to think about his or her birth family and wonder how they’re doing.
Shelley is a former award-winning television journalist who traded in suit coats and red lipstick for a messy bun and yoga pants. She's a freelance writer who stays at home with her three daughters who are all ((gasp)) under the age of three and came to her via adoption and birth. She's the woman behind the blog Shelley Writes, and she can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
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