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Birth Mom Guilt

The stigma surrounding a birth mom’s choice to place their child for adoption is often associated with negative, accusatory feelings like “how could they give up their baby!?” Part of our mission at Adoption Choices of Kansas is to better educate the world and...

Adoption and Grandparents

Becoming a grandparent is a status many parents hope to achieve someday. You long to see your child look at their child like you’ve looked at them for years. You pray you raised them right, so they can teach their children all you’ve taught them. You look forward to...

Adoption is normal

Modern times have brought with it, an understanding that families come in many different forms. A “normal” family is becoming less and less clearly defined. We love that society is catching up even though choosing adoption isn’t quite...

Closed Adoption is an Option

While much of our conversations revolve around choosing openness in adoption, it’s important to discuss closed adoption as an option as well. Closed adoption refers to an adoption process where there is no interaction of any kind between birth mothers and...

Why National Adoption Month Matters

In short, because adoption matters! November is a special month for families and children who have experienced the ups, downs, beauties, and uglies of adoption. National Adoption Month has two main goals: to increase adoption awareness across the nation and eliminate...

November is National Adoption Month!

History of National Adoption Month For over two decades, National Adoption Month has been promoted and celebrated every November in communities across the country. Many national, State, and local agencies as well as foster, kinship care, and adoptive family groups...

Adoption Home Study

Often our birth mothers want to know, “How do I know the adoptive family will provide a safe environment in which to raise my child?” While at the same time, adoptive parents want to know, “What do I need to do to prove we will provide a safe...

What is the Adoption Process in Kansas?

If you’re thinking about adopting a baby or child, you probably have a lot of questions. While each situation will be unique, different, here’s a general outline of how the process works in Kansas, who may adopt, and where to start. Who is Eligible to Adopt in Kansas?...

Adoption is an Option

Adoption is an Option at Any Stage Whether you are eight weeks pregnant, eight months pregnant, just gave birth, or have been parenting your child for months, adoption is always an option. Many women don’t realize that it is never too late to place your child for...
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