An Adoption Reunion Roadmap 5 Tips for Adoptees In Reunion Adoption Reunion: A Success Story https://www.chicagonow.com/portrait-of-an-adoption/2014/11/eighteen-years-later-i-finally-held-my-baby-again-a-tale-of-adoption-reunion/
Category Archives: birthmother-adoption
I am going to be real with you, dear readers. I’m case that statement confuses you, by real I mean there is going to be some swearing involved. If a … Disclosure Vetoes I found this on one of my favorite blogger’s posts. I did not know that this type of veto existed! I haveContinue reading “Disclosure Vetoes”
The difference between open and closed adoption.
https://www.findlaw.com/family/adoption/open-vs-closed-adoption.html https://youtu.be/NDDkIyV4fNs https://adoptionswithlove.org/birth-parents/open-vs-closed-adoption As I said before in my blog as an adoptee my personal belief is that open would be better in adoption. I have to keep an open mind about why people do closed ones as well. I started this blog to help others as well as heal myself. I have already learnedContinue reading “The difference between open and closed adoption.”
Wanting to adopt? Do you need to put a baby up for adoption? Do you need support?
https://nightlight.org/im-pregnant/ https://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/f-adoptoption/ There are many options for adoption. There are people you can talk to. There are support groups for expecting mothers. Please do not resort to abortion. Some couples can not have a child of their own, you could bless them with your child. https://adoption.com/birth-mother-support-groups
Why am I doing this? — My adoption journey
Why am I writing a blog? Because I have a story to tell. And, at some point, I want to write a book about my story. Not for the money but because I want to share my story with others who have walked the same path as I have. It is unique, in that I […]Continue reading “Why am I doing this? — My adoption journey”
Life now that I know my birth mother
My life did not change as much as I had thought it would after I finally met my birth mother. I was in an horrible relationship that kept me away from my home state where most of my adopted family lived and my birth mother’s family. I could probably count on my hands the timesContinue reading “Life now that I know my birth mother”
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