• Adoption

    She almost looks like a doll.   This is a real grandbaby born in Knob Noster.
    She almost looks like a doll.
    This is a real grandbaby born in Knob Noster.

    Years before abortion was considered legal in all 50 states, many young ladies were pressured into giving their babies away. Whenever a baby cannot be raised by his own mother and father, it is always tragic and should give us pause to reflect on the consequences of living in a fallen world. Yet, sometimes circumstances beyond our control warrant eliciting the help of others.

    In life, there is no such thing as rewinding the tape. The reason many women destroy their babies is because they want to believe they can undo a segment of their lives later in the process. Many times parents who either give their children away or destroy them, feel a sense of loss and sadness for the rest of their lives. My city clerk once told me, “You can take the baby out of the mother’s body, but you can never take the baby out of the mother’s mind.” Those words stuck with me through the years because they are true.

  • What Happened to the Baby?


    Few things in life are more gut-wrentching. Even if you haven’t given away your own child, you will be inspired by this story of one who did and the beautiful unbreakable bond between a parent and a child. If you like stories with happy endings, you will want to listen to our show today. In this edition of home front we talk about how laws can either help or hurt people trying to connect to their roots. Stay tuned to hear a great story about the steadfast love of a mother and a happy ending.

    Cathy LaGrow, author of “The Waiting,” shares some of the most remarkable details of what happened in the 1920s. You will also learn about how birth certificates can be fabricated in all states to block people from knowing the real facts in their lives.