Do you have a heart for adoption? Are you passionate about open adoption? Do you love to advocate for ethical adoption? Are you great with words? We need you!
Our team is looking to spread more awareness and grow our community. We are looking for a few people who are willing to dedicate a small amount of time to writing for Heart For Open Adoption. You will be part of an amazing team that thrives to educate the community and spread awareness about the positive, yet always truthful aspects of adoption. We want to make a change in the adoption industry and change the way adoption is viewed in society.
If you are interested in joining this project, please send us a sample of your work. It can be an adoption story or about adoption advocacy. Let us hear your voice! Message us on Facebook.
Gone are the days when etiquette was black and white. There is no formal code written on when it is most appropriate to hold a baby shower. There used to be so many rules on who could host, when it could be hosted, what gifts should be bought, food served, games played, etc. But times have changed, and so have the rules for adoption baby showers. There was a day and age where adoption itself was hush-hush, so adoption showers were unheard-of. If a shower was thrown for a mother via adoption, it was almost always small, indiscreet, and after placement. But why? Why should adoptions, which are so common, not be celebrated?
Many women do not want a baby shower prior to placement, but many women do. How should friends and family decide when to throw an adoption baby shower for the expecting couple? To read more about adoption baby showers, click to read the rest at adoption.com.
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