Pregnant and Scared: How Teens Can Support a Pregnant Friend

Posted on: April 22nd 2015

When your friend tells you she’s pregnant and scared, what do you do? She’s likely confused and worried about her future. Right now, your friend needs a supportive and listening ear. If you have a friend who’s chosen adoption, you can support her as she works to find the right support people who will help … Continue reading Pregnant and Scared: How Teens Can Support a Pregnant Friend

4 Reasons Every Birth Mother Needs Professional Adoption Help

Posted on: April 15th 2015

  When you’re giving a baby up for adoption, you need to have adoption help. Some of this help might come in the form of support from your friends and family. However, since adoption is a legal process, you also need to work with a trusted law firm or adoption agency so that you can … Continue reading 4 Reasons Every Birth Mother Needs Professional Adoption Help

Giving Baby Up for Adoption? Choices You Will Need to Make …

When you’re pregnant and thinking about giving your baby up for adoption, it’s a time when you’re making lots of choices. After you’ve made the choice to pursue adoption, you need to decide what this looks like for you. Here are some of the choices you’ll need to make as you create a plan. Your … Continue reading Giving Baby Up for Adoption? Choices You Will Need to Make …

Giving Your Baby Up for Adoption? Get Adoption Help ASAP …

Posted on: April 12th 2015

When you’re unexpectedly pregnant, you can feel overwhelmed by all of the decisions and logistics that lie before you. What will happen next? Who can you turn to for help? When you’re giving your baby up for adoption, getting the support of an adoption law firm or agency will provide help in navigating the world … Continue reading Giving Your Baby Up for Adoption? Get Adoption Help ASAP …

Pregnant and Scared: Questions about the Hospital Stay

Posted on: April 07th 2015

Are you pregnant and scared? Pregnancy comes with so many questions, especially when you’re giving a baby up for adoption. Talking with an adoption law firm or agency about your questions and creating an adoption plan can help ease your apprehension as you work to determine what pregnancy and birth will look like for you. … Continue reading Pregnant and Scared: Questions about the Hospital Stay

Giving Emotional Support When She’s Giving Baby Up for Adoption

Posted on: April 06th 2015

  An adoption plan is not just a process of giving birth and creating a family, it’s also an intensely emotional experience for both the birth mother and the adoptive family. If you’re giving emotional support when a friend or family member is *, what can you expect and what kind of support does she … Continue reading Giving Emotional Support When She’s Giving Baby Up for Adoption

How To Tell Your Family That You Plan To Give Your Baby Up For Adoption

Posted on: March 02nd 2015

How should you tell your family that you plan to ?  Making an adoption plan for your child can be stressful, and figuring out how to tell your family and loved ones about your plan can be nerve-wracking.  Here are some ideas on how to talk with your family. Read More About Author Megan Cohen … Continue reading How To Tell Your Family That You Plan To Give Your Baby Up For Adoption

Putting My Baby Up for Adoption Was the Hardest Choice I’ve Ever Made

Posted on: February 26th 2015

Ashley’s Story I’ve dealt with many things in my life – both good and bad – but nothing that compared to one amazing and surprising experience that I will never forget:  I learned that I was pregnant on the day I was due to deliver the most beautiful baby girl. During August and September, I … Continue reading Putting My Baby Up for Adoption Was the Hardest Choice I’ve Ever Made

Understanding Women Who Put Babies up for Adoption

Posted on: February 25th 2015

Many people use phrases like giving up for adoption and/or putting up for adoption when searching for information about making an adoption plan. However, this is not the language we prefer to use. These phrases can have a negative connotation, and some birth mothers consider the language offensive. With that, we apologize and ask for … Continue reading Understanding Women Who Put Babies up for Adoption

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