Since families may be worlds apart, technology is a useful tool to increase "togetherness" and help keep memories and traditions alive. There are several ways you can incorporate technology and involve everyone.
Start A Family Website
Since purchasing a domain and hosting indefinitely can be expensive, this idea is more cost-effective if you have several family members who are willing to chip-in for the costs. Everyone can mutually decide which aspects of the website you want to remain private and which ones are okay to view publicly.
If you've thought long and hard about what's best for your baby and have decided that the best thing to do is to put him or her up for adoption, then you can breathe a little easier. The hardest part -- making that selfless decision for your child's benefit -- is over. But that does not mean the road ahead will be easy. Giving up a baby for adoption is an emotional endeavor, and it's important to take some precautions along the way in order to keep yourself emotionally stable and mentally healthy.
Even if you know that placing your baby up for adoption is the best solution to your unplanned pregnancy, it does not mean this decision and activity will be easy. Many young mothers become attached to their babies during pregnancy, and saying goodbye to the baby on the day of delivery can be extremely difficult. This is why a lot of young mothers are now turning to open adoptions. An open adoption may help you cope with this loss a little easier, and here are three things to know about this.