Category: Birth Mother

Hope and frustration: For families looking to adopt newborns, the journey isn’t easy

Brooke Penton is a typical 2-year-old: She’s shy when she meets new people, her favorite color is pink, she is constantly on the move and she absolutely adores her mom and dad. On a cloudy Friday at her home on the water in Gulf Breeze, she sat in her mom Melissa’s lap before wiggling over […]

Writing a Letter to Your Birth Child After Adoption

There is no right or wrong way for a biological parent to feel after making an adoption plan. But regardless of how you feel, writing a letter benefits both the parent and their biological child. Making an adoption plan is a wonderfully selfless act.  Many biological parents choose to write a letter to their child […]

How To Manage the Symptoms of Post-Adoption Depression

Making an adoption plan can pave the way for a fresh start in life. This major decision allows a hopeful family to cherish the gift of caring for a child. In addition, if you’re in a position where you’re unable to provide your baby with the love and care that it needs, you can find […]

How To Navigate the Adoption Home Study Process Like a Pro

When you’re ready to start adopting a child in Florida, you’ll have to complete a process known as the adoption home study. This step is a vital aspect of every type of adoption. However, it can also be a significant source of stress for families, especially those who don’t know what to expect from the […]

Birth Mom Questions: What Kind of Adoption Is Best – Open, Closed, Semi-Open?

When planning to place a child for adoption, one of the most common concerns that expectant mothers have is which type of adoption is best for their needs. Closed and open adoptions both have their own benefits and drawbacks, which can make it difficult for you, as a birth mother, to determine which route you […]

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