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Lindsey Redfern Social Profile

Lindsey Redfern

Salt Lake City
Discovering color in the grey of infertility. Educating about the radicalness of open adoption. Celebrating the joy of my diverse family. Help, hope and humor.
Top 10%

How Influential is Lindsey Redfern

61 /100
Engagement Level
Very High
True Reach
Top Topics
Moms, Blogger, Moms
Top Location
United States
55% of tweets are replies
2.6 Posts Per Day (all-time)
Total Fans

Lindsey Redfern's Top Content

Per Sage's request, Josh left the hospital early Sunday to pick up the siblings and bring them to Lincoln. They immediately fell head over heels for him. We gave them each a few minutes to snuggle him so Sage could see Lincoln interact with his sibs like she wanted and then we rushed to get him back in her arms. Every 3 seconds one of the siblings was asking to hold Lincoln. I pulled the kids aside in her room and whispered that this may be Sage's last day to have Lincoln in her arms whenever she wanted and then he would come home with us and she would miss him terribly. I looked over as Sage was rocking Lincoln with tears in her eyes. I took the kids to a different room so Sage could have some quiet privacy and asked the kids if they noticed that Sagey had tears. They asked me why, I told them it was because she loved Lincoln so much and was going to miss him. I told them that each one of their birth moms cried lots of tears before they placed them in our arms. I asked them, "Do birth mamas love their babies?" "OH YEAH!" Tyson said. Several hours later after being discharged from the hospital and going out to lunch together with Sage and her bestie, Josh prepped the kids in the car for relinquishment. "We need to be reverent and we need to be quiet. This is a very, very hard thing Sage is thinking about doing." After Sage decided to sign the papers, Gavin and Jackson wandered into the room and saw Sage crying while holding Lincoln. They both walked over to her and hugged her and told her they loved her. I feel like my kids learned so much about their own adoption stories yesterday. // One of the great privileges of my life is that I've been invited to see each one of my kids with their birth mothers in the hospital. I can give my kids a first hand account that their birth mamas love them so fiercely. // Last night Gavin was snuggling Lincoln. He was telling me how much he loves to hold Lincoln and how he felt Heavenly Father close and feels like he knows Lincoln even though he just met him today. And then he said, "Adoption is kind of sad because birth moms miss their babies but it's also lots of love too." Exactly, buddy. Exactly.
419 | June 6, 2016
It's baby day.
354 | June 3, 2016
Soaking it all in.
339 | June 7, 2016
Sage asked Josh and me to be her support team in the hospital. We slept in the room next to hers that the hospital so graciously gave us. We tried to give her as much privacy as possible but loved it so much when she asked us to do something for her--from running paperwork to the nurses station to picking up any food she craved to renting movies to refilling drinks in the Nourishment Room. I loved getting "Can you come in here?" messages from her. // She decided she wanted to do relinquishment outside of the hospital in the living room of my grandpa's house (pictured). She has been coming with us to visit Grandpa for well over a year. His house is the safest and most peaceful place I know and she was anxious to get there. But there are so many hoops to jump through before you can be discharged from the hospital. After asking me what was taking so long, I went to check things out for her at the nurses station and told our awesome nurse that she was ready to go. In telling her, I surprised myself when tears started streaming down my face. The nurse hugged me as I said, "This is the hard part. I hate to see her hurting because I just love her so dang much." I found Sage anxiously pacing outside of her room. (Josh was buckling Lincoln into his car seat in her room.) I pulled her into the Nourishment Room for a drink refill. We looked at each other and both burst into tears. Right there in front of the fountain sodas and the saltine crackers, I held Sage as she sobbed on my shoulder for several minutes. It's a moment I never want to forget. In the 18 months that I've known Sage, it has been my honor to hold her on many occasions--happy and sad, bitter and sweet, scary and sacred. She is a warrior spirit. And I am so glad she is in our family.❤️ #openadoption
301 | June 9, 2016

Lindsey Redfern's Audience Demographics

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Average Age
Years Old
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Top Countries
United States
United Kingdom
Top Cities
Salt Lake City
New York
Los Angeles

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