"I Was Not That Person That Had a Strong Desire For Children" — Rin's Most Difficult Decision
When I first realized I was pregnant, I didn’t want to believe it. ‘NO! This cannot be happening!’ ‘I can’t take care of me right now, let alone another person.’
The Days and Weeks Leading up to Her Birth — Savannah's Story
I knew I couldn’t carry a child for nine months and never see him/her again or have any idea where they ended up. Over the next few weeks, my mom and I gathered as much information as we could about different agencies and ways to go about the adoption process. Through my research, I found the agency I went with.
Emilie: A Birth Mom's Side of the Story
I love Ellery so much and on that day I loved her enough to entrust her into the hands of two amazing parents.
"Let me Meet My Son Again One More Time" — Robyn's Story
"Right after my birthday in late September I received the phone call I had prayed for. My son wanted to meet me."
Never Meant He Was Unloved or Unwanted — Allie's Story
You share your title as a mother with another woman along with a bond no one else understands. I knew that placing meant being in the presence of true love. Placing means taking an unplanned situation and turning it into a gift for everyone.
That's My Girl
"I will do anything to give you everything in life, even if that means it's not with me." #BraveLove
They were truly the light that helped overcome such a dark time in my life. I didn’t “lose” Olivia, if anything I gained three of the most beautiful people, inside and out, that I am so grateful to have in my life. They have become two of the people I want to share my happiest news with and who I lean on for support during more trying times.
Single parenting for 7 weeks reinforced my adoption decision
I placed my daughter Zoe for adoption 11 years ago. I was 17 at the time and ready for my senior year in high school, and Zoe’s birth dad was 23. I decided I wanted to place her for adoption as I knew I wasn’t able to provide for her the way a parent needs to.
Ana | A Birth Mom from Texas
"I was afraid that adoption was still closed like it used to be because if it was I wouldn’t have gone with this option. I couldn’t imagine not being a part of my son’s life. Afterward, I believe adoption is a Godsend and I am incredibly blessed to be a part of this amazing community."
We Want to Be Able To Answer the Inevitable Questions — Tiffany's Story
"We want him to know that we did what was not only best, but also most difficult, because we love him." #BraveLove