This post is sponsored by Oxygen, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Fans of Oxygen’s I’m Having Their Baby get ready because season two is on its way! As I mentioned in my previous post about the docu-series about moms who have chosen to give up their babies in order to give them a better life, the popular show returns for season two TONIGHT, June 12, 2013 at 10/9 CST on Oxygen.
Each hour-long episode in season two will follow two new birth mothers on their journey through pregnancy and their road to giving their baby up for adoption. In getting to know the birth mother, and in some cases the birth father and potential adoptive couple, viewers will have a chance to witness to the adoption process and heart-wrenching final decision that each woman must face.
The personal stories of the complicated and emotional path to getting to delivery provide a unique look at the too-often untold story of the birth mother and her experience in making this difficult and emotional choice. And judging from season one, it will draw viewers into each story just like it captured my interest when I watched them online.
Check out the season two trailer:
If that doesn’t get you ready for season two, check out sneak peeks from the new season, catch up with moms from season one and watch season one all over again on the I’m Having Their Baby website. You can also keep up with the latest from the show on Facebook and Twitter.
And a big congrats goes out to Denise D. for winning the $50 Visa gift card from Oxygen’s I’m Having Their Baby.
Grab the tissues and tune into season two of Oxygen’s I’m Having Their Baby TONIGHT, June 12, 2013 at 10 /9 CST to meet the new moms and see their stories unfold.
What are you looking forward to most with season two?
Wendy | Around My Family Table says
I wish we got Oxygen! Sounds like an interesting show.
Thanks for the sneak peak! I love this show.
I was able to catch a couple of episodes last season and really enjoyed how REAL the show was. Really showing emotions and the process… Glad to know it is coming back. Thank you
Sarah Bailey says
This sounds amazing – as an adoptee, I would be fascinated to see how the process works x