Two of a Kind
"I make the decision every day to fight past the fears. I do it for my boys. Because they deserve to know that they are loved and that they are wanted."
The day Truman was born…
She chose us to raise a piece of her. The day Truman entered this world truly started the day before! His birth mom Jamie had an appointment and she was gracious in allowing me to attend.
"We cannot put into words how enormously grateful we are to her, and we hope to be able to do her legacy justice when raising Finlay." #BraveLove
Heidi | An Adoptive Mom from Minnesota
"Each adoption has been an amazing journey. The biggest challenge has been knowing that not only God entrusted us to be their parents, but so did each one of their birth moms!"
The Creating Family Series - Part 1
"I figured out that Beth is as capable of loving two different mothers as I am of loving my two different children." #BraveLove
The Adoption Triad
As reflected perfectly in the symbol for the adoption triad, adoption consists of three parties coming together from opposite angles to meet at the intersection of a unique kind of love.
Fully Loved: Thoughts on what it means
BraveLove is a certain kind of love, which takes great courage, sacrifice, and trust. We are so thankful to adoptive parents and birth mothers for offering this kind of love.
A Single Step: Meet the Iveys
Jamie and Aaron Ivey have four children, three of whom were adopted. They were inspired by friends who had adopted to do something, which caused them to get more information and eventually move forward with the adoption process. Watch their story here.
Lilly | An Adoptive Mom from Texas
"I learned that family is the most important thing we have in life and it is comprised of more than our DNA."
A new year & 10 things every birth mother wants adoptive parents to know
While a birthmother’s experience after placement may be different in open versus closed adoptions, the process leading to the choice of adoption is much more likely to follow the same thread – love.