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Want to speak to a birth mom who placed a child for adoption?

Schedule my call with a birth mom

A Gladney counselor can help you schedule a phone call with a real birth mom, to help you receive answers and support.
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Benefits from speaking with a birth mom

  • Get answers to your questions from a credible birth mom’s perspective
  • Learn what birth moms recommend through the adoption process
  • Have a stronger relationship with your child after adoption
  • ​Hear birth mom stories and what an adoption feels like for a birth mom
  • ​Learn how to find a family you love for your child
  • ​Dispel adoption myths
  • ​Know you are not alone

Meet a few Gladney birth moms

Muthoni

I am a birth mother since November of 2016. We have an open adoption  and that has helped immensely with my healing. I have found a community of women who share the same bond of adoption.

Emma

I became a birth mom in 2016. I got pregnant half way through my senior  year of high school, so I struggled with shame and wanted to keep the  
pregnancy a secret. However I’ve come a long way and am now very proud of my story.

Lacy

Lacy is a birth mom who enjoys educating and speaking about how adoption has shaped her life. She connects with other birth moms at local support groups and has 
spoken on panels educating prospective adoptive parents.

Katie

Katie is an adoptee, and birth mom, who is passionate about adoption advocacy and breaking stigmas around birth parents. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and hanging out with her dog, Chloe. 

Megan

I placed my son for adoption in 2014. I was 21 at the time and working as a waitress. My hobbies include teaching tap dance, watching movies, listening to music and spending time with my family and dogs (I have 4)! I am a very open person and will answer any questions you may have.

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Muthoni

I am a birth mother since November of 2016. We have an open adoption and that has helped immensely with my healing. I have found a community of women who share the same bond of adoption.

Emma

I became a birth mom in 2016. I got pregnant half way through my senior year of high school, so I struggled with shame and wanted to keep the pregnancy a secret. However I’ve come a long way and am now very proud of my story.

Lacy

Lacy Davis is a birth mom who enjoys educating and speaking about how adoption has shaped her life. She connects with other birth moms at local support groups and has spoken on panels educating prospective adoptive parents.

Katie

Katie is an adoptee, and birth mom, who is passionate about adoption advocacy and breaking stigmas around birth parents. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and hanging out with her dog, Chloe. 

Megan

I placed my son for adoption in 2014. I was 21 at the time and working as a waitress. My hobbies include teaching tap dance, watching movies, listening to music and spending time with my family’s and dogs (I have 4)! I am a very open person and will answer any questions you may have.

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I am considering placing my child for adoption, and I would like an adoption counselor from Gladney Adoption agency to call me
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