Will your child struggle with a sibling being adopted? Maybe not. Hi Megan, I’m unexpectedly 11 weeks pregnant. I have an 8-year-old daughter who I love dearly and share custody of with her father who I’m fairly close with. I am worried that she will struggle with a sibling being adoption. Her father and his […]Read More >
As a birth mother and adoption attorney, I have a wealth of experience and information about adoption. Please send me your questions and I’ll do my best to answer it. I’m always a resource for adoptive families and birth mothers, so don’t hesitate to reach out.
Here is some good advice on how to talk to your kids about adoption. Do you have children and need to talk with them about the baby that was put up for adoption? Or maybe the adopted baby came first, and now you want to tell the children who came later about the baby? In […]Read More >
Do you need help how to tell your parents you’re putting your baby up for adoption? I can help! When you’re pregnant and considering adoption, you’re thinking about your future and the future of your child. However, there are others to consider as well. At some point during your pregnancy, you’ll likely let your own parents […]Read More >
For many women, it’s important to tell family about the adoption plan. Once you’ve made the decision to put your child up for adoption, you will want to consider how to talk with family and friends about your adoption plan. The news will be difficult to share and difficult to hear, no matter what. Having […]Read More >
You may not be able to hide an unplanned pregnancy–and you may not want to. Dear Megan, I don’t know how my friends and family (mom especially) don’t see that I’m pregnant. I mean, yeah, I do try to hide it, but it’s getting almost impossible to hide. I’ve never had an unplanned pregnancy before […]Read More >
Dear Megan, I want to know how to support grandparents in adoption. I am trying to help my friend who just found out her youngest daughter had a baby shortly before she moved back home. She put the baby up for adoption in an open adoption. How do I help this grandmother? How do I […]Read More >
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