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.
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.
There are a lot of controversial and unethical professionals out there claiming to help women facing unplanned pregnancies. Here’s how to find the right one.
Does it matter if the adoptive parents you choose for your baby live in the same city as you, or if they live far away in a different state? These are questions you may be asking as you consider adoption. Here are the answers.
Have you considered breastfeeding as an adoptive mother or prospective birth mother? In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, here are some of the pros and cons to consider as you decide whether it’s right for you.
The people you choose to adopt your baby will shape the rest of their life. Here are several things to consider that will help you find the best adoptive parents for your baby.
Birth parents and adoptive parents have fears about open adoption. Most of the time, these fears come from believing myths about what open adoption is really like. Here are some of the most common concerns, and how to conquer them.
The effects of adoption will last long after the process ends. As a pregnant woman considering adoption, here are three ways it can change your life — for the better.
The Georgia story of the infant found in a plastic bag by the side of the road is heartbreaking — but offers the chance to educate about the options of Safe Haven and private domestic infant adoption for those women who feel they have no other choice.
Our culture’s understanding of adoption has improved dramatically from where it was a few decades ago. But we still have plenty of room for improvement. These are four myths people still believe about birth mothers.