A birth mother who is struggling with self-love can start her journey by letting at least one other person show her love and let that seed grow. For birth mother Lindsay, that person is her husband.
Birth mother Lindsay explains how adoption information is so important to prospective birth mothers and birth mothers alike — a key part of the adoption process to be grateful for.
In the days before Christmas, birth mother Lindsay reminds us to be grateful that the option of adoption — and all its benefits — is there for any woman facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Just like all other mothers, birth mothers love their children. But, as birth mother Lindsay explains, this is only one reason why birth mothers are great mothers.
In the final part of this three-part series, Lindsay encourages birth mothers to know they can celebrate National Adoption Month just as much as anyone else.
In part two of this three-part series, birth mother Lindsay explores what recent adoption statistics mean for spreading awareness about all the adoption processes.
To better understand what National Adoption Month may mean to her and other birth mothers, birth mother Lindsay takes a look at the history of National Adoption Month since the celebrations began in 1976.
Choosing adoption after parenting may seem difficult, but there are some tips to make it a little easier. Birth mother Lindsay suggests a few things for women in this situation.
There are women who choose adoption after parenting a child — and birth mother Lindsay is one of them. Read about her experience doing so, including the challenges and rewards she would face along the way.
Find some more need-to-know facts about adoption before you decide to follow through with this life-changing journey in the second part of this two-part series.