If you’re considering placing your baby for adoption, you’re likely afraid of the intense emotions that you’ll experience after placement. Grieving a loss is normal, but you might be surprised at some of these common feelings birth mothers have after placement.
Making an adoption plan can be tough. But, as you’re trying to do what’s best for your baby, don’t forget to take care of yourself, too.
If you’re ready to start looking for the perfect adoptive family, check out three things that will make your search a little easier.
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.
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.