Birth Grandparents

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Birth Grandparents are unique in the adoption world, they both love and support the birthmother/father during the unplanned pregnancy and after their infant is relinquished. They can often times be supportive in the decision making process that young expectant parents face when exploring options during an unplanned pregnancy. Many birth grandparents are so excited to meet their birth grandchildren and reunions can be a sweet and welcoming experience.

There are several support groups for birth grandparents as well as articles and forums online. More and more birth grandparents are speaking out and searching for their grandchildren that have been separated through adoption.

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Resources and information for parents of young people in crisis pregnancies, making adoption plans, or who have placed children for adoption.

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