Disadvantages of Closed Adoption

Posted on: December 07th 2014

For many years, closed adoptions were the norm. Adoption was something that was spoken about quietly, and many adopted children did not know their birth parents. Today, popular culture has changed and adoption is discussed and embraced by many. Attitudes toward closed adoptions have changed as well. What used to be a common practice is … Continue reading Disadvantages of Closed Adoption

How to Find The Right Family to Adopt Your Baby

Posted on: December 03rd 2014

Disclaimer: 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 … Continue reading How to Find The Right Family to Adopt Your Baby

Is Adoption Right For Me? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

Posted on: January 19th 2014

Becoming an adoptive parent is a life changing decision. Much work is required before you sign the adoption papers and a lifetime of work waits for you after bringing your adoptive child home. While adopting a child can bring immense rewards and joy, it can also bring many challenges. Here are 10 questions to ask … Continue reading Is Adoption Right For Me? 10 Questions to Ask Yourself

Deciding to put my baby up for adoption: A Birth Mother’s Story

Posted on: March 11th 2013

I was seven months pregnant when I decided to put my baby up for adoption. ¬†Although I had to make a quick decision, I made sure I thought everything out. ¬†Was I ready to be a mother? Would I be able to give my child the best life possible? – or should this baby go … Continue reading Deciding to put my baby up for adoption: A Birth Mother’s Story