FirstMotherForum is a blog that addresses a variety of problems related to adoption and motherhood. With a good 60 odd followers and more than 200 posts, this is a good resource for people looking for help. Much emphasis is given on issues like Adoption and Rights. The following issues are covered extensively in the above blog:
- Reunion Difficulties
- Surrogate Mothers
- The Pain of Relinquishment
- Adoption Reform
Why do we recommend it?
The blog is run by two ladies, Lorraine Dusky and Jane Edwards. They are both women in their 60's. In addition to the vast experience, they connect well with people. News from remote corners is also made available which otherwise might never had been made available. The variety of topics, including Surrogate Motherhood makes it a must visit.
Why is it famous?
Adoption and rights is a sensitive issue. At FirstMotherForum, many real-life stories are shared that help people with similar issues cope with it. It also talks extensively about legislation and problems that people face during adoption that helps people deal with in a smooth manner. It's a popular blog in this area and people connect well with the author.