Christmas and Adoption in Colorado

The holiday season is here and in full swing. This time could be stressful for birth mothers who have had an open adoption in Denver. It can be stressful to think about Christmas and adoption because this can be the first holiday season they are spending with the adoptive family and their child. It’s understandable, and it is okay if you are feeling this kind of stress at this time. Here at Adoption Choices of Colorado, we have a few tips to help you have the best holiday season after placing your baby for adoption with your child and their adoptive family.

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Participate in Holiday Traditions Together

One of the things you can do to help you, your child, and the adoptive family have a great holiday season together is to take part in holiday traditions. You can start new traditions with your child and the adoptive family, share some of the holiday traditions you celebrated as a kid, and participate in their holiday traditions. Holiday traditions are a great way to build your relationship with your child and the adoptive family. You will be able to create memories that will last a lifetime, and these traditions are something that you can look forward to each year when the holiday season comes around.

Exchange Gifts with Your Child and the Adoptive Family

Another option you can do along with celebrating holiday traditions is exchanging gifts with your child and the adoptive family. Now you might think that this can be tricky, but this is another way for you to build your relationship and connect more with the adoptive family. When you are looking for gifts for your child, do not hesitate to consult with the adoptive family. They have an insight into what your child enjoys and likes, so rather than guessing, do not be afraid to ask them for advice. 

This holiday season, getting a gift for your child can further your bond and relationship with your child more than you know. Getting them a gift that they like or are interested in will let them know that you care about them and are there for them. It also allows them to know that you are taking an interest in them and interested in the things they are interested in. This will help you further bond with your child, as mentioned before, and open up the opportunity for more chances for you to spend more time with your child outside of the holiday season.

Take an interest in your Child’s Interests and the Adoptive Family’s

When spending time with your child and the adoptive family, be sure to take an interest in their interests. When you are spending time with them, you want them to be engaged in what activities you are all doing. If they are interested in what activities you are all doing, like any holiday traditions, they will have fun and enjoy the time you are all spending together, and they will look forward to doing these traditions the next holiday season and so on.

Incorporating their interests and taking an interest in them will help you build your relationships with the adoptive family and your child. This can be key while you are spending time with them this holiday season because if they are not interested, there is a chance they will not want to participate in the next holiday season.

Christmas and Adoption: Enjoy this Holiday Season Together

Remember to enjoy the time you spend with your child and the adoptive family this holiday season. Try to stay in the moment and create wonderful memories together. As mentioned before, this is a time for you to build your relationships with your child and the adoptive family, but you do not want to focus on that. Instead, try to stay in the moment and enjoy each other’s company. Having a great holiday season will build these relationships for you. If you are having a hard time figuring out what to do this holiday season when you are with your child and the adoptive family, do not be afraid to reach out to us for advice on what you can do before meeting with them. Adoption Choices of Colorado is here for you, and we want to help in any way that we can.

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.


Meet the Author: Nickolas Cooney is a senior at Arizona State University working through his final semester to get his bachelor’s degree in Sports Journalism. Nick also attended the University of Alabama for his first year and a half of college when he was a biology major. He decided to move back to Arizona and transfer to ASU when he changed his major because he saw more opportunities at the Walter Cronkite School of Mass Communication and Journalism. Since transferring to ASU, Nick has been a reporter for the AIA in Arizona for a semester and worked with the Phoenix Suns and Rising for stories. While writing about sports and creating content about sports is Nick’s passion. He also is very passionate about playing sports as well. He grew up playing baseball, basketball, and racing motocross. Nick still does his best to ride and race motocross when he has time, but he has been focusing on his schooling and another one of his passions, gaming. Nick is an avid gamer, and he is even a streamer on Twitch. He has built up a fan base to be a part of the Twitch Affiliate program.

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