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The leaves are falling. The season is changing. Fall is upon us.

The weather is colder, the air is crisper, and the mountains are beginning to be covered in snow. For some people, this change of season is what they’ve been waiting for- the hot, muggy summer days are over- and for others, it’s something they dread. Change is difficult, plain and simple, but sometimes change comes rushing at us much more sharply than just leaves changing color or getting your jacket out of the closet to prepare for more rainy days. 

Maybe you’ve recently found out you’re pregnant and you feel like you’ve got no idea how you’re going to be able to take care of your baby. You might feel like your back is against the wall and you’re unsure which way to go. If this is the season you find yourself in, we want you to know: you’re not alone.

Maybe you’ve recently found out that you’re unable to get pregnant, or have suffered the heartbreaking loss of infancy. This week, on October 15th, was National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If you are in a season of experience loss through miscarriage, stillbirth or the death of a newborn, we want you to know: you’re not alone. As the seasons change, Choice is committed to being here through it all. We will be here when you need us. And we give it our all to connect birth moms and Waiting Families with each other because sometimes you are the answer to someone else’s biggest question. 

If you are experiencing a season of crisis pregnancy you can connect with one of our Birth Parent Advocates, who will be with you through all the ups and downs. Regardless of whether you’re planning to adopt or not, our Birth Parent Advocate is here to support you in whatever decision you make. You can also chat with one of our representatives on our website, or DM us on Twitter or Instagram for more info.

No matter your season, Choice is here so that you’re not alone. Let us know how we can be there for you.


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