National Adoption Month: Finding You & Giveaway graphic

National Adoption Month: Finding You & Giveaway

Hey, birth-mom! I’m looking for you. I want to find you. I’ve written several posts throughout the last few years, regarding my adoption and emotions around the issue. I’ve talked about the statistics and what I want people to know about being adopted. A year ago, I received my DNA results. I found out what […]

National Adoption Month: Yep, I’m Adopted & Adoption Statistics You Should Know graphic

National Adoption Month: Yep, I’m Adopted & Adoption Statistics You Should Know

Adoption. Some people treat even the suggestion of it as if it were a four-letter word. When a woman finds herself unexpectedly pregnant, she sees three options: 1. Abort the baby 2. Raise the baby 3. Place the baby for adoption Most women find even the idea of carrying a baby that you will not […]

National Adoption Day: What An Adopted Child Wants You to Know graphic

National Adoption Day: What An Adopted Child Wants You to Know

National Adoption Day was Saturday! I totally thought it was today. Oops! Nevertheless, I have seen this day approaching on my calendar for a weeks now. I knew that I wanted to post something in honor of it, but as I sit here there are a vast amount of paths that I could take. I want […]

National Adoption Month: My Experience as an Adopted Child graphic

National Adoption Month: My Experience as an Adopted Child

Today marks the end of National Adoption Month. Last year I wrote this post. Since then it has become one of my most pinned posts. I am grateful for this, not because I don’t love the posts shared about my pregnancy or how to become a better writer, but rather, I’m grateful that this topic […]