Why Adoption Is the Biggest Blessing of Them All — Medium

I’ve always known that I was adopted. It was never a secret or held from me.

Source: Why Adoption Is the Biggest Blessing of Them All — Medium


I was adopted also, and although I’m a day late for National Adoption Day, this writer’s experience exactly mirrors mine.

There are a lot of so-called pro-abortion feminists who insist that abortion is a better option than adoption.  No lie.  I’ve been told by a member of the National Organization for Women that I would have been better off aborted.


Anyway, please, if you are pregnant and are not ready to be a mom, please consider adoption.  Yes, it is a sacrifice, but that fetus is a baby, who deserves a chance.  If you are not willing to give your creation a chance, please give up a few months of your life to give that child life.  If you don’t want that child, there are so many wonderful couple who will take that child and make him or her part of their family.

About Beth Donovan

Wife. Mom. Grandma. fiber artist, goat farmer, messy housekeeper, decent cook. Oh, and I can shoot. Really well.
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4 Responses to Why Adoption Is the Biggest Blessing of Them All — Medium

  1. Old AF Sarge says:

    Good advice Beth.

    Abortion is murder. I truly believe that.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. mobiuswolf says:

    Agreed. I’m adopted, too.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Beth Donovan says:

      It’s funny, the older I get, the more people I meet who were also adopted. When I was growing up, I knew very few other children who were adopted in school.
      In fact, one horrid girl in particular, Ann James (may she rot in hell), made fun of me because I was adopted and that meant that no one wanted me.



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