Cassie’s Adoption Story

Hi there! My name is Cassie. I am 39 years old and I am a birth mom. I have 6 children total. My oldest 4 (ages 20, 17, 14,and 11) were adopted in 2007. At the time they were 10, 7, 4 and 1. Before I share the rest of my story, let me say…

Why “Back to School” Can Be Hard For Women Who Have Placed a Child for Adoption

Why “Back to School” Can Be Hard For Women Who Have Placed a Child for Adoption. New Clothes,  New Books and New Beginnings…   (Inside the Life of Anna, birth mom of a 15 month old son and Lindsey, birth mom of 8 year old twin girls.)   Excitement was in the air as the…

Birth Mother’s Day: Then & Now

Birth Mother’s Day: Then & Now by Leah Outten   Some birth moms love having a day to celebrate and honor their decision of adoption placement while some hate having a separate day. Wherever you stand on the matter you can choose to acknowledge and celebrate it– or not.   I personally love it and…

Lisa’s Adoption Story

“Open adoption was one of the toughest/smartest decisions I have ever made.. I love watching my daughter grow and seeing how adored she is with her adoptive family.. I love knowing she is with the most loving people and living better than I could have raised her at this point in my life. I am…

Do the Necessary Research for Your Adoption Plan

Many times when we are faced with a problem that feels too big to solve, we avoid it. We keep our heads low and stay in the dark as long as possible. This is true for many women who find out that they are pregnant and are faced with the reality that their lifestyle or situation is not conducive to that of healthy child raising.


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