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Can I Find A Family for My Baby During the Holiday Season? 

By Megan Kostraba The holiday season is stressful enough on its own. Adding a pregnancy and subsequent adoption plan, however, can be even more stressful. As the holiday season continues to approach, some birth mothers may find themselves feeling extra pressure. Even those who are pregnant might be grappling with the mixed emotions and concerns that arise with the holidays.  The thought of placing a child for adoption, specifically during the holidays, can be very overbearing. Women can feel incredibly worried and concerned about how to put up their child for adoption during this time frame. While the holidays are…

Adoption in Vegas, BM Blog

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All About Adoptees in Las Vegas

By Megan Kostraba  Adoption is a unique and personal process for both the birth parents and the child. When it comes to thinking about adoption for your child, most birth parents face a long decision-making process. Choosing the adoptive family, a type of adoption, and a care system, and doing so all while pregnant is quite the list of tasks.  Adoption is a system that works in order to place a child in a safe, caring, and loving home. Some people find adoption to be intimidating—we get it! Considering adoption for your child is a difficult decision altogether. There’s also…

Adoption in Vegas, BM Blog

By Adoption Choices of Nevada

Teen Pregnancy: Choosing Adoption at 13, 14, 15, and Beyond 

By Megan Kostraba  Choosing adoption as a life-long decision is incredibly difficult, especially for a teenager. Dealing with the panic and stress that comes from an unplanned pregnancy is challenging for any birth mother. As a teen, it can be even harder to find support for yourself.  There are a lot of misconceptions out there that stereotype teen pregnancy and adoption as a whole. It can be hard to advocate for yourself when dealing with the judgment of your peers or even your family.  At Adoption Choices of Nevada, we want our younger birth mothers to recognize that we are…