I’m not going to lie. The past 2 weeks haven’t been easy. The expectant mom delivered her baby and decided not to place him for adoption and is choosing to parent him. When I was first told this news I felt like I was being suffocated. It took me at least 2 days to get […]
He is her’s, not mine. Not yet. She is the expectant mom. I am the woman waiting to know if I will be his mom.
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I know that pain. The feeling of emptiness, the feeling that you are a little less a woman and the nagging feeling of disappointment in yourself.
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We are excited to announce that we have been chosen by an expectant mom who wants to place her baby with us.
It is hard to wait. Infertility still hurts me even though I feel called to open adoption. Lately that wait has hurt a little bit more.
As I rocked him I thought this could be the last time I rock you sweet boy, or just another night holding my boy close.
Most people don’t find it exciting anyway or at least they don’t express that to me, so I rarely tell them how I really feel. Because no one wants to hear that you are sad and frustrated about your adoption process. They just want to hear the happy.
One of the many reasons that Mac’s birth mom chose open adoption was because she wanted her sons to know each other and be friends. Her heart’s desire was for them to have a close relationship. When we agreed to an open adoption, we made a commitment to make sure they had every opportunity possible to build this type of relationship.