Returning to “normal life” after placing your baby for adoption can be difficult, especially when it comes to dating. When is it time to share your adoption history, and how do you even start? Here are some things to consider.
Writing a letter to your child after placement is equal parts cathartic and terrifying. Finding the right words to express how you’re feeling can be daunting. If you’re unsure of how to convey how much your child means to you, learn more here.
If you’re placing a child for adoption, you might want to bring your parents, siblings or other relatives into the journey. But, how can you do so in a positive and supportive way?
Choosing adoption benefits more than just the adoptee — it also helps a birth parent develop certain strengths and personal characteristics. Find out what they are here.
As the year and decade comes to an end, we’ve gathered 20 resolutions for you to start off 2020 on the right note.
The holiday season can be a tough time for anyone, but when you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy and making an adoption plan for your baby, it can be extra emotional. Here’s how to stay positive and cope.
Gift ideas for adoptive parents to birth parents, birth parents to adoptive parents, birth parents to adoptees, adoptees to birth parents, general tips about adoption gift-giving, and more! We’ve got it covered.
During the holiday season, a lot of birth and adoptive families who share open adoptions have their own traditions, like any family. Need some tips to help navigate your open adoption during the holidays? Here are our suggestions.
In her new book “A Seemingly Unfillable Heart,” birth mother Gina Crotts documents her story and reflects on the deeper meaning of a journey full of peaks and valleys.
DNA tracking technology has completely changed search and reunion in adoption. How do you respond when you receive an unexpected phone call or email?