Guest Author - Brandii Lacey
Adoptive parents, along with their friends and family, have often looked for special cards to celebrate adoption. Sadly, the traditional card shop retailers simply don’t carry many, if any, adoption specific cards. You’ll find hundreds of belated birthday cards, going away cards, and the like. We all have known occasions where these cards can come in handy, and offer a nice touch for special occasions. Yet, you won’t find many choices of cards for a wonderful, life changing event—adoption!
Thanks to Patricia Bubb, adoptive mom and successful entrepreneur, adoptive families no longer have to spend hours in a card shop hoping to find one or two adoption cards. Instead, they can visit her website called Adoption Card Shop, featuring colorful, meaningful, and happy adoption cards for all parts of the adoption process.
There is often debate after debate about adoption terms. Adoption Card Shop caters to all adoptive families using different terms but all with the same meaning-love. For example, many adoptive families celebrate “gotcha day”, however, every family has a different name for the special day. Some call it “adoption day”, and others call it “family day”. Adoption Card Shop contains cards with all three names.
In addition to have different cards for “gotcha days", the shop offers cards for birth and first mothers. The sensitivity to adoption terminology is apparent in the wide selection of cards available for purchase. Adoption Card Shop offers cards for adoption announcements, parties, showers, reunions, and even the waiting process during adoption. They have gone as far to create cards specially made to thank helpful social workers.
You may see cards you relate to right away, and others that are nice, but not your first choice. The point is that you have a choice, without sorting through hundreds of other non-adoption related cards hoping for “just one or two” adoption related cards.
Owner Patricia Bubb is simply an amazing entrepreneur who saw a great need in the adoption community. Instead of just talking about the problem, she created an impressive solution.
For more information, please visit www.adoptioncardshop.com