Domestic Adoption Support Network; Tim Elder, Melissa Kay Robinson and the Conflict of Interest in Support Groups

*Edit* I am by no means upset by my exclusion from this group. I AM upset that when I questioned the appropriateness of Melissa acting in the capacity of admin and gave my reasons why my comments were deleted and I was blocked (see silenced). I figured if they wouldn't give me an answer in … Continue reading Domestic Adoption Support Network; Tim Elder, Melissa Kay Robinson and the Conflict of Interest in Support Groups

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“Baby Cuddlers” Ploy for Agency to Collect More Money

The Internet was taken by storm with multiple articles calling for "baby cuddler volunteers" just a few days ago. People all over the country shared, posted, commented and were tricked into thinking there were SO many children in need of cuddling and care while they waiting for their "forever" homes. I gave my thoughts on … Continue reading “Baby Cuddlers” Ploy for Agency to Collect More Money

Cuddle, Nurture, Newborns Awaiting Adoption: The Adoption Propaganda Machine

*EDIT: The article states there are 104,000 children awaiting adoption which is misleading and needs correction. This number reflects, almost exclusively, Foster care placements, not infants.* Let's talk about this article and its counterpart (original source), this article. Headline: Adoption agencies need volunteers to cuddle, nurture newborns awaiting adoption This article has been posted by various news … Continue reading Cuddle, Nurture, Newborns Awaiting Adoption: The Adoption Propaganda Machine

Don’t Stop Now! #notabravelove #bravelove #notbravelove

A few years ago an organization came on the scene. It was called, "BraveLove."  It's mission was and is to increase domestic infant adoption in the United States. There have been a few blog posts about it in the past, but now it is a hot button issue. Why? Because this past week they have … Continue reading Don’t Stop Now! #notabravelove #bravelove #notbravelove

The Modern Day Maternity Home

It is so pervasive, to me, to offer women help with their crisis pregnancy when you know full well that the moment she walks through that door that all you will do is plant the seed of adoption