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Birth Moms Today Life Coach Kim Noeth
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Hi! I’m Kim Noeth – Birth Mom Today Life Coach.
Hi! I’m Kim Noeth – Birth Mom Today Life Coach.

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<3 <3 "How My Open Adoption Relationship Developed Over Time" by Mandi; birth mom 5 years to 2 precious boys
"We have always had open communication though, and always got back on track with visits and bonding." <3 < 3 <3 Read more here:
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Have a friend who is choosing adoption for her child and you are not sure HOW you can help her?

Invest time looking at different families with her and let her reflect her thoughts to you about her hopes and ideas for parents for her child.

www.BirthMomsToday.com/

http://birthmomstoday.com/waiting-families/
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This quote has always been my absolute favorite because it captures the depth of the complexities involving an adoption relationship in a way that only those within can ever fully understand. <3 <3 May we never lose sight of the purpose and love that started this union. AND SO TOGETHER.....WE are motherhood. <3
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Why “Back to School” Can Be Hard For Women Who Have Placed a Child for Adoption.
(Inside the Life of Anna, birth mom of a 15 month old son and Lindsey, birth mom of 8 year old twin girls.)
Excitement was in the air as the new students boarded the school bus ready to begin another year. Watchful parents stood at the bus stop exchanging conversation with other equally concerned parents. Some had younger kids in tow. Anna stood quietly observing the chatter. She wondered if she too would feel a part of their camaraderie had she not just recently placed a child for adoption.
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There is NO SHAME in knowing your own limitations and choosing a better life for your child.
There is HIGH RESPECT in setting yourself aside and planning a better life for your child through adoption.
Need someone to help you make an adoption plan? http://birthmomstoday.com/
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I think the hardest part of a birth mom's journey is the lack of understanding that she experiences along her way. The road is hard already. Don't make it any harder by your lack of empathy.
Until you have walked in her shoes, with her EXACT circumstances and resources available, you have no right to judge. Awareness changes a culture. Let it begin with you.
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Many years ago on this day, a baby boy was born with the bluest of eyes. He was my little peanut. I had just turned 16 and I was forever changed. A piece of my soul shut down as I placed him into the arms of a social worker. She told me how brave I was. I felt anything but brave. I knew that this was the best decision for his future without a doubt but the reality of that decision was heavier than anything I had ever known or ever wish to know again.

So much has happened since that day.

Joy, Pain, Grief, Growth, Absence, and finally Peace.

Through many miracles that missing piece of my soul has been restored to me. I have been reunited with my little peanut who is now the finest of men. He carries with him a personality that attracts others. He impacts the lives of everyone he comes in contact with. He was intended to be and though I was unable to be part of the beginning I am ever so grateful to be here for the NOW.

Happy Birthday, Michael Christopher. You are forever loved.
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It's healthy for your adopted child to journal her thoughts to her birth parent's whether they are involved in her life or not. It allows her to process the complexities of HER reality. Need help with navigating the post adoption journey? http://birthmomstoday.com/after-the-adoption/
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When you require that your child's birth mom keep her identity a secret and be known as "Auntie" you damage both your child and your child's birth mom. By choosing deception over truth you stunt her ability to heal and you end up damaging your child's trust in your integrity.
Choose Truth.
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Never think that because I had another child after you that it was because I was trying to replace you or because I love them more. It's because I was able to get my life to a place that I could raise children with everything needed to do the job.
The circumstances were different but the love is the same.
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