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4 People I’m Grateful for in My Adoption Journey

Not a single day has passed on my adoption journey where I didn’t feel loved, accepted and supported by these four people in my life. Words can never fully express my gratitude.


5 Ways for Birth Parents to Help Normalize Adoption

Adoption is becoming a more and more “normal” method to build a family, but it’s still one that a large percentage of the population doesn’t quite understand. As a birth parent, you have a unique perspective to let those around you know how great adoption can be.


5 Tips for Men Facing an Unplanned Pregnancy

Facing an unplanned pregnancy is one of the most frightening and overwhelming situations a woman can face. If you are the father of the baby, it can be scary for you too.


4 Ways to Celebrate Mothers Who Choose Adoption

Shouldn’t moms be celebrated every day? Their unending love and dedication to their children, every single day, is not to be ignored… and that includes birth mothers. Here are some ways to recognize and remember birth moms any day of the year.


Is Adoption Better for Mental Health than Abortion?

Both abortion and adoption are emotionally difficult choices for a woman to make, and every woman facing an unplanned pregnancy will have to consider her own individual feelings to make the decision that works best for her.


5 Things Every Expectant Mother Considering Adoption Should Know

Adoption can be one of the most difficult decisions you ever face, but it can also be one of the most loving and rewarding decisions you ever make. Here are some of the most important things you should know if you are considering adoption.


Should You Consider Placing Your Baby in a Transracial Adoption?

Placing your child with parents of a different race has its challenges, but it can also be a rewarding and valuable experience. Here’s what you should consider.


A Birth Mother’s Perspective on Adoption Doubts

You will doubt yourself. You will doubt your choice. You will doubt your confirmations. It is normal. It is natural. It is the process most birth parent experience.


Dear Birth Son — A Letter from Your Birth Parents

Dear our youngest son, 

We remember the day I found out you were inside me. As you grew, I felt you kick, hiccup and glide in …


“I Don’t Want My Baby After Finding Out the Gender” – What Next?

As much as expectant parents say they just want a healthy, happy baby, many people have at least some desire for a specific gender — a …

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