Adoption Love



Sharing stories on the ADOPTION NOW podcast has taught me this: Adoptions birthed out of love that include both birth parents and adoptive parents who remind their child day after day that they are loved — are among the healthiest of adoptions.

When we say “yes” to adoption, what we want first and foremost is for our children to feel safe and accepted.

We want them to know that—though it may have been dark and difficult at times—there was always a silver lining of love.

During a recent interview, Kelene Egan shared about adoption from a birth mother’s perspective. She explains how her baby experienced deep love from the moment she was born through open adoption.

Kelene discovered she was pregnant as a teenager.


Birth mom who placed infant through open adoption
Kelene at the hospital
with her daughter, Chrissy

She knew she wasn’t ready to care for a baby. One day, while she was babysitting, the little girl she was watching told her how she wanted a little brother or sister. When the girl spoke these words, Kelene knew she was carrying the baby who would change this family’s life forever.



To listen to this wonderful story, click here and look for the episode titled, “A Birth Mother’s Journey Through Open Adoption.”

In this episode, Kelene shares how much she loved her baby—and how much love she felt from the adoptive parents. When the baby, Chrissy, was born they started the open adoption journey together.

And the story continues…

Chrissy, now 26 years old, joins the show to share from an adoptee’s perspective. She talks about her relationship with her birth mother and her close relationship with her adoptive parents.

Both episodes share the emotional story of open adoption, how love made a way, and how God knit them all together.

A Birth Mother’s Journey Through Open Adoption – June 6, 2018
Open Adoption From The Adoptee’s Perspective – June 13, 2018