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  1. When you go into labor, you don't want to have to stop and take the time to figure out what you need to bring with you. Having a bag packed ahead of time helps make going to the hospital a simple, calm process. Below are some suggestions on what birthmoms might want to consider packing in your hospital bag to help ensure you have what you need.

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  2. Choosing to place your child for adoption can lead to many conflicting feelings. The birth parent might struggle with what they’re feeling after they’ve placed their child for adoption, or might be are struggling with the decision of whether they should place their child. Here are some YouTube channels that tell of a birth mother’s story and help offer birthmom support.

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  3. Having an adoption hospital plan in place can help make the birthing experience a much more enjoyable one for both the adoptive family and the birthmother. While it is important for all involved to maintain some level of flexibility, as medical issues may arise that necessitate a change in plans, having a plan in place can help all involved feel more prepared and help you know what the expectations are going into the big day. Below are some tips on how to make the most of creating this plan.

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  4. Labor and delivery experiences vary widely, which can make planning ahead for yours and knowing what to expect a little difficult. However, going into the big day with these labor tips can help make your delivery go the way you hope it will.

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  5. One of our beautiful, strong, and courageous birthmothers generously chose to share her adoption story with us. Read on for a unique and powerful view of an adoption from the perspective of the birthmother.

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