This week we sit down with Alex Fittin the creator and host of The Adoptive Mom Podcast. We talk about parenting, creating a podcast and running it for the long term, social media and whether Daniel and Aaron should ever give advice. Follow The Adoptive Mom at www.facebook.com/theadoptivemompodcast Follow us at www.instagram.com/lwidproject Please remember to subscribe, rate and review!
Host of The Adoptive Mom Podcast Alex Fittin is with us today! Alex shares her own personal journey of adoption and how it led her to resourcing and supporting others through her podcast. Typically Alex is interviewing guests for The Adoptive Mom but today she gets to share her story! We dive into topics like older child adoption, RAD and family dynamics. And we also look talk about the importance of counseling and finding support. Podcast: The Adoptive Mom Instagram: TheAdoptiveMom Facebook: The Adoptive Mom Podcast Email Us: email@example.com Facebook/Instagram @AdoptionHacks Music: DrummerBoy by MisterWives --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adoptionhacks/support
S5E77: AMP Plus|Can't Adopt? Here's What You CAN Do - Alex Fittin (Me!)
The Adoptive Mom
Every week over on Patreon, I do a bonus show for Team AMP - the AMAZING listeners and supporters who choose to invest their cash money in helping to produce the podcast starting at just $5 a month. Today, I wanted to give all of you guys a preview of what these shows are like! They are always a deep-dive on the topic discussed in the regular show, and always chock-full of research, practical tips, and my heart for the issue. They usually run about 10 minutes long and go along with the Bible Study Guide for the week that Team AMP receives every Monday morning.In this AMP Plus episode, we’re deep-diving five different ways that support systems can offer help and assistance to adoptive families.
I am so excited for you to meet Alex Fittin. Alex is the host of THE ADOPTIVE MOM PODCAST where she shares other adoption stories, conversations with adoption specialist and SOO Much more! I love that she saw a need, a place for adoptive moms to communicate, share their hearts and grow together, she couldn’t find it so she set out to set it up herself.