Author Archives: Jennifer Davidson

Megan's Birthday Tree

[Book Review] Megan’s Birthday Tree

[Book Review] Megan’s Birthday Tree

When Megan was born, her birth mother, Kendra, planted a tree in her backyard. Every year on Megan's birthday, Kendra decorates the tree and sends photos of it to Megan, in honor of their special bond.

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Our guide to giving holiday gifts that maintain a birth parent connection.

“Gifts to and from My Child’s Adoptive Family”

In an open adoption, what do you give to the person who means everything to you? Thoughts from a birth mom about the gifts that mean the most.

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Open adoptions can be rewarding

“The Other Mother”

A birth mom and an adoptive mom delve into the complex — and surprising — realities of their open adoptions.

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One birth mom describes her changing relationship with her birth son.

“An Evolving Relationship”

After a difficult visit with my birth son, I realized the commitment to him was strong enough to weather life's ups and downs.

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Choosing adoption was the right choice for this birth mother

“How I Discovered the Meaning of Motherhood”

It wasn't until the birth of my daughter that I realized my son's mother was his adoptive mother.

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