I Placed My Child With My Friends
3 Things I Wish I Had Known About Open Adoption Before I Placed
How Adoption Makes Me Love Differently
Adoption And Shame Part 1: The Shaming Of Birth Parents
Why You Need To Do Some Soul Searching Before You Place Your Child
The Parents I Choose For My Child Changed Their Minds
The Person I Want To Forgive | Forgiveness Day
Responding To “Adoption Should Be Cheaper Than Abortion”
What I Could Have Done Better On My Adoption Journey | A Birth Mother’s Perspective
How To Handle Working And Being A Woman Making An Adoption Plan
Learning To Let Hurtful Comments Go
My Three Experiences: Single Motherhood, Adoption Placement, Abortion
Responding To “I Would Never Place My Child For Adoption”
9 Ways Adoption Changes Your Marriage
Why I Breastfed My Birth Son In The Hospital
Pregnancy and Birth with My Child’s Adoptive Parents
Life After Placement Was Made Bearable By My Truest Friend
My Unplanned Pregnancy and Why I Chose Adoption
Adoption.com Launches New Parent Profiles Site
Adoption.com Launches Fundraising Platform
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Open adoption is an amazing thing. I feel so blessed that I have been able to not only watch my child grow and progress, but that I can have a rela
The experience of placing my baby for adoption was a challenge and a joy. Many people view placing a baby as a temporary life event. This is true,
I can almost guarantee that placing your child for adoption is one of the hardest, if not the hardest thing you’ll ever do. Every instinct will t
I don’t think I remember a more terrifying conversation than the one I had with my son’s birth father when I told him that I believed adoption
Oh, how I wish I could post a giant photo of our baby’s beautiful birth mother and tell you guys her name and everything great about her, but her
My greatest advice I would give an expectant mother who is considering adoption is talk—find a source of support, maybe even go out of your comfo
Whenever you have a big personal decision to make, there will almost always be people who disagree with your choice. This may result in strained or
First of all, if I am ever to forgive you, I need you to know how much you hurt me. You stole away a blissful innocence that I can’t get back. Be
One of the interesting things about adoption is that, upon mentioning you are considering/have adopted/waiting/finalizing you instantly find your
Regardless of what stance you have on your own unplanned pregnancy, feeling pressured into a decision can be confusing and uncomfortable, especiall
When a woman making an adoption plan matches with a couple hoping to adopt, there are many emotions involved–excitement, fear, anticipation,
As I write this, I keep thinking back to a sweet girl I met in an expectant mother’s support group. She had made an adoption plan, then decided t
When I first got my infertility diagnosis, I went through all of the stages of grief. Some stages lasted longer than others, some stages were revis
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Dear Men Who Date Birth Moms, I bet you never expected to be reading this letter. I bet you never thought, “I want to date a girl who placed her
It is sometimes tough to be a working woman. It is even tougher to be a pregnant working woman. Being pregnant and making an adoption plan while wo
Placing a baby for adoption affects more than just the birth mom–it affects all her friends and family too. They grieve both for her and the
“I would never place my child for adoption.” This statement is usually made in one of two ways. It either means “I admire your strength” or
Every pregnancy story is unique. Some couples go through rounds of fertility tests and treatments in order to have a child; while others decide to
I always wanted to be a mom. From the time I was a young child, even before I girlishly dreamt of my wedding day, I wanted children (specifically t