• A Heart of Gold

    Jessica Tatiana Long was born in Siberia with fibular hemimelia, missing most of the bones in her lower legs and feet. She was 13 months old when American Steve and Beth Long came to Jessica’s orphanage and adopted her. Read More
  • Infinite Possibilities

    Simply put, I am the son of a very brave woman. Anita, my birth mother, was just 16 when she discovered my existence. When my birth father discovered that Anita was pregnant, he decided that he did not want to be a part of any of this. He chose to leave her to face these challenges alone. Read More
  • Today Show Doctor Shares Her Story of Adoption

    “I've had a wonderful life. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't thank you for everything you've given me.” (Kate Snyderman to birthmother Cheryl) Read More
  • Ring The Bells For The Miracle of Adoption

    Eight families and twelve children finalized their adoptions on live television as part of the Today Show's “Choosing Adoption” series. Read More
  • A New Plan for a Bright Future

    Shannon loved her unborn daughter and chose to give her a family. Della loved her baby girl and chose to give her a home and the opportunity to have a relationship with her birth mother. Elizabeth loves both her mother and her birth mother for the tough choices they made to give her a life full of possibilities. Read More
  • Adoption and Birth Plans

    The future can seem overwhelming when you first find out you are pregnant, especially if you also have to struggle with the hard decision between adoption and parenting.There is so much to do to prepare for the birth of your child, so many factors to consider. Take a deep breath, and let us walk with you through each step as you make your decision and plan for your baby's birth. Read More
  • Celebrities for Adoption

    "I thought about what I would say to my birth mom if I ever had a chance to meet her. Tears started running down my face and the only words I could come up with were, ‘Thank you for this life that you have given me.'” Read More
  • Adopting BO...

    “I saw his eyes and — this sounds like such sentimental hogwash, but I’m telling you the truth — in my heart I heard this boy calling to me, saying, ‘Will you love me?’” Read More
  • Miracle Adoption

    The Christmas gift arrived unexpectedly in the heat of summer when a woman in rural Washington County picked up the phone and was confronted with a choice that she knew would ultimately alter the course of a life. Read More
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A Story of Love

A Heart of Gold

Jessica Tatiana Long was born in Siberia with fibular hemimelia, missing most of the bones in her lower legs and feet. Her parents, Natalia and Oleg, were scared, impoverished, unmarried teenagers. The doctors who delivered Jessica told her young parents that they would not be able to care for such a severely disabled child back home in their village. So Natalia and Oleg reluctantly decided to place their baby girl in a Russian orphanage, though they felt certain that no one would want to adopt a crippled child.

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Infinite Possibilities

Simply put, I am the son of a very brave woman. Anita, my birth mother, was just 16 when she discovered my existence. She knew there was nothing easy about being a pregnant unmarried teenager, but she never could have predicted all of the trials and obstacles she would have to conquer over the next nine months. When my birth father discovered that Anita was pregnant, he decided that he did not want to be a part of any of this. He chose to leave her to face these challenges alone.

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I Couldn't Get Her Off My Heart

baby myaThe White family of Louisville, Kentucky knew what hardship was. The recession had hit the family hard and they had been forced to downsize from their large family home to a small rental. However, one of their four children, ten year old Ryan Elizabeth heard about kids with even less than they had. Reading about the orphans in Haiti, Ryan urged her parents to do something. Couldn't they adopt some of the orphans who had no one to take care of them?

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Our Mission

Love's Choice was created to take an honest look at the painful beauty of adoption, and to provide tools to help each woman honestly assess the choices before her.

Maybe you are feeling overwhelmed as you try to make the best plan for yourself and your child.  We are here to help and encourage.

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