Pregnant women considering adoption and hopeful adoptive parents are faced with the question: Should pregnant women get the COVID-19 vaccine? Is it safe for pregnant women and unborn children? Here’s what you need to know about the COVID vaccine and pregnancy.
2020 was one for the books. The entire world was affected in so many ways — including the adoption world. COVID-19 brought new challenges to adoption, but birth and adoptive families persevered. Join us in reflecting back on a very, very strange year.
With all the challenges that 2020 has brought, should you adopt in 2021 or should you put your adoption journey on hold? Here are some important questions to ask yourself that will help you decide if you should adopt in the coming year.
With stay-at-home restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many prospective birth mothers are wondering how hospital stays will work. Check out more information here so that you know what to expect.
If COVID-19 has taken a hit on your adoption savings, we’ve got some ideas that can help.
How can you keep your open adoption going during COVID-19? Through virtual birth parents. Check out these seven tips for make it fun for everyone.
How can prospective birth parents meet their child’s parents before the baby arrives? We have a few suggestions for these uncertain times.
If you’re worried about what to expect during your hospital stay (and accompanying prenatal visits), here’s everything you should know.