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Spring is the perfect time to blog about your adoption process, especially if you’ve already completed your online adoption profile. We recommend considering seasonal subjects like St. Patrick’s Day, Spring Break or the Opening Day of Baseball. You could also choose to write about season-specific topics like how all the flowers and trees are starting to bloom. Also, certain warm-weather events and venues may start opening back up (Like Farmer’s Markets or Botanical Gardens) – which would be the perfect opportunity to share another “hobby” on your Parentfinder adoption blog.
Having your adoption profile online means that it can be continually updated with new photos, and Spring is the perfect time to do this. So, take out that camera and get some beautiful photos for your Parentfinder profile. If you haven’t finished your adoption profile online, you may consider having a friend take a photo of you (and your spouse) in front of a beautiful landscape, a blooming tree or a field of flowers. It would make a great cover shot, especially after a long winter!
Consider accenting your blog with photos you take around town or in your community. If it’s your first trip to the farmer’s market of the year or your niece or nephew’s first baseball or softball game – don’t be afraid to write about it and share some photos. Continuing to update your profile with a blog or journal shows expectant moms that you’re engaged with your adoption journey.
Creating a social media schedule is easier than you may think! Aim to post on your adoption social media page about twice a week and once for every holiday. You’ll also want to make sure you’re linking those posts back to your online adoption profile. Making a plan for your posts can ensure the process is stress-free. Think about setting aside a specific time of day, or maybe a day of the week to share. For instance, Tuesdays could be dedicated to your interests that week (think a Book, Music, Event) and Thursdays are for sharing your weekend plans (think cooking dinner for friends, visiting a museum or going to a show).
Remember, sharing about your seasonal hobbies and interests helps your reader get to know you better. Online adoption profiles work best when they truly engage the reader. So, don’t be afraid to go outside the box! And remember, the more content you choose to post, the more content a reader has to review and resonate with- which may just lead to a potential adoption match!
Happy Spring and Happy Creating!
April 22nd – Earth Day
April 22nd – Take your (future) Kids to Work Day
April 30th – Arbor Day
May 5th – Cinco De Mayo
May 9th – Mother’s Day
May 31th – Memorial Day