I’m Having Their Baby, which tells the untold stories of adoption, is a powerful docu-series on Oxygen.
Oxygen Media premieres season two of the authentic and powerful docu-series I’m Having Their Baby on Wednesday, June 12 at 10 PM ET/PT, providing an intimate and emotional look at adoption by telling the too-often untold story through the eyes of the birth mother. The hour-long series documents a range of poignant, personal stories of women struggling with an unplanned pregnancy, and ultimately deciding whether or not to place their baby in the hands of another family. This season delves deeper into the lives of birth mothers entering the adoption process, their family and friends affected by their decision and in some cases the potential adoptive couples.
Did you get a chance to watch last season? What do you think? I think that it takes a tough woman to offer a child up for adoption. It is a very hard decision that affects the rest of your life.
I’m Having Their Baby is produced by Hud:sun Media with Michael Rourke and Bryn Freedman as executive producers.
You can catch up on the full first season of the series and get a sneak peek of season 2 at oxygen.com/baby.
You can also check out the I’m Having Their Baby: Raising Baby web series. The Raising Baby web series reconnects engaged fans with season one’s families, checking in to see what has happened with both the birth moms and the adoptive families since their episode aired.
Watch the I’m Having Their Baby: Raising Vivienne webisode to catch up on Mercedes’ story from Season One.
Watch the webisode above and comment below on your favorite part, the most moving part, why you enjoyed it, etc and we will gift one lucky reader with a $50 gift card. The winner will be announced in the second blog post, which should be posted on or around 6/12.
You can also following along below:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Oxygen / Follow: @Oxygen
Show Site: www.oxygen.com/baby
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