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29
Mar
2019

5 Times for Potential Birth Parents to Reach Out to an Adoption Specialist

There will be moments in your adoption where you will feel challenged, vulnerable, and nervous with the weight of your baby’s future on your shoulders. But you don’t have to go through this on your own. Adoption specialists are always available whenever you need them.

18
Mar
2019

How My Family Discusses Adoption

Adoption is a word of love in our home. Birth mother is a word of courage. “Placing” your child, instead of “giving” your child away, is taught and enforced. Family is a word not just about blood, but an open heart. Sister is a word of pride. Words matter, and teaching my children the appropriate adoption language is the seed to change.

8
Mar
2019

Questions Your Kids May Ask About the Baby You Placed for Adoption — And Ways to Answer

Many women who placed children for adoption go on to have children they choose to parent, or may be in a position where they are placing a child after already having other children. How do you answer the inevitable questions about adoption? Here’s how.

22
Feb
2019

My Heart is Full: An Adoption Reunion Story

Seventeen years had passed since I looked into those bright eyes and smelled that sweet scent. The world stopped, nothing else moved, no other breath exhaled except hers and mine. Two beacons that had been calling to each other for years had finally found one another.

21
Jan
2019

Navigating Social Media in Adoption

Open adoption communication can be tricky. Add social media into that, and things can get really complicated. What’s the best way to navigate social media and adoption? Find out here.

11
Jan
2019

When Kids Say Hurtful Things in Adoption

There may be moments when your child shouts somethings that is a total punch in the gut. How can you respond when your kids say hurtful things? Even though it may not feel like it, moments that hurt can become opportunities for healing.

28
Dec
2018

What Every Birth Parent Needs from their Adoption Agency

Every birth parent needs empathy from their adoption agency, along with a lifetime of post-placement therapy and education on grief. Adoption agencies should be a safe place for birth parents to heal, learn, and grow.

21
Dec
2018

5 Holiday Traditions to Start as a Birth Parent

As a birth parent, the holidays can be difficult. It’s a time for family and celebration, and celebrating is something you may not feel like doing if your child isn’t near you. However, this list of holiday activities for your birth child can make all the difference for your holiday season.

3
Dec
2018

Where to Get Adoption Support

Adoption can be amazing, but it can also be difficult. You don’t have to go through it alone. Whether you are a birth parent or adoptive parent, there are resources to help you along the way.

19
Nov
2018

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.

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