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Should I Adopt During Quarantine?

Should I Adopt During Quarantine?

Should I Adopt During Quarantine? It seems like the world we live in is getting crazier and crazier by the minute. From COVID-19 to race relations to everything in between, this is certainly a trying time for everyone around us in one way or another. For those looking...
Five Self-Care Tips for Gestational Carriers 

Five Self-Care Tips for Gestational Carriers 

Five Self-Care Tips for Gestational Carriers  Amidst the already stressful environment impacted by fear of COVID-19, it is not easy being a gestational carrier at the moment. At a time when your hormones are fluctuating, your anxiety levels could be peaking as you try...
The Benefits of Transracial Adoption

The Benefits of Transracial Adoption

The Benefits of Transracial Adoption There are so many negative stigmas revolving around transracial adoption. Sometimes, it is hard to sort through all the negative posts you find online. However, here at Adoption Choices of Oklahoma, we know that a lot of these...
What is Surrogacy?

What is Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is an arrangement between a gestational carrier (also known as a surrogate) and intended parents in which a technique called in vitro fertilization (IVF) is used. IVF makes it possible to use the eggs from the mother, fertilized with sperm from the father,...
Adoption Choices and You Podcast

Adoption Choices and You Podcast

Adoption Choices and You is a new podcast created for birth mothers and adoptive families who are considering adoption. Each week, the team shares valuable adoption information, tips and advice, adoption stories and more. If you are a birth mother and considering...
The Benefits of LGBT Adoption

The Benefits of LGBT Adoption

The Benefits of LGBT Adoption The benefits of LGBT Adoption are identical to all other adoption processes; endless. When parents decide to adopt, they commit themselves to that child as if they’ve been there since the first positive pregnancy test. When we read about...

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